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Energy Risk Podcast Episode 6 – Erika Bierschbach and Scobie Mackay
Erika Bierschbach and Scobie Mackay talk about the actions firms are taking in response to the energy transition. As vice-president of energy market operations and resource planning at Austin Energy, Bierschbach provides an interesting insight into her firm’s transition journey. Mackay, who is a managing director in the commodities and global markets group at Macquarie, talks about some of the ways in which firms can green themselves and overcome some of the challenges they will meet on their decarbonisation journeys.
Energy Risk Podcast Episode 6 – Novera Khan
Energy company CRO Novera Khan, of Uniper, discusses how her firm is dealing with workplace stress as lockdowns ease
Energy Risk Podcast Episode 5 – Lichtenstein and Friedman
Did negative oil prices signify the market was operating effectively, or that something was wrong?
Energy Risk Podcast Episode 3 – Vince Kaminski & Ehud Ronn
In this, the first episode of a new series of Energy Risk podcasts, we explore the impact of negative oil prices on the world of options trading. In particular, we look at the increased interest in the Bachelier model as an alternative to the Black (1976) options pricing model.
Energy Risk Podcast Episode 2 - Vince Kaminski - 24/09/2019
Vince Kaminski discusses the recent spate of commodity defaults.
Energy Risk Podcast Episode 1 - Ehud Ronn - 12/04/2019
University of Texas professor of finance Ehud Ronn talks about using a financial-economics approach to forecast crude oil spot prices.