February 9, 2012

Will Dodd-Frank Make Energy Trading Impossible?

Margaret Ryan, AOL Energy


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Will financial system regulatory reforms make energy price hedging costly – or impossible?

That was the question experts grappled with – and disagreed over – at the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) meeting in Washington, DC this week.

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TAGGED: Government Regulations, U.S. Congress, Carbon Emissions, Energy Trading, Dodd Frank

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