The results of the US presidential elections brought us what they were expected to bring: more environmentally-focused policies on the horizon. Needless to say, promises of a balanced approach and the announcement of an “all-of-the-above” energy strategy have not removed questions over future US shale gas expansion and imports of Canadian oil from the tar sands.

In the December issue:

  • New EEX products close the gap between spot and derivatives markets
  • EEX adds Bulgaria to the set of generation data offerings
  • Argus adds series of northeast Asian LNG forward swaps assessments
  • EEX to develop a pan-European natural gas trading market
  • FERC aims to improve transparency in natural gas market price
  • ASX finalizes disclosure rules for mining and oil & gas
  • Genscape and Commodity Vectors introduce worldwide LNG tracking
  • HKEx complete acquisition of LME and launches ETFs tracking platinum and silver
  • ICE re-launches emissions daily futures
  • EEX to auction Hungarian EUA Phase II
  • Private companies to share weather data with NOAA
  • EPA modifies MATS for new power plants
  • ASX to quote Australian government bonds

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ZE Datawatch – December 2012