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Benchmark Basics: Liz Bossley

May 4, 2018
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While we have been fretting over the inadequacies of the current range of oil price benchmarks – Brent, Dubai and WTI at Cushing- the industry has called into being a new benchmark, which is growing and evolving naturally to meet the needs of the market. This is WTI at […]

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Saving the Brent Benchmark

Please visit the link below to read our CEO Liz Bossley’s article, published by the Oxford University Press.

This article was first published 14/06/2017

Liz Bossley; Saving the Brent benchmark. J World Energy Law Bus 2017 jwx020. doi: 10.1093/jwelb/jwx020

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The Marrakech Slow Train

(Liz Bossley, with thanks for research to Val Pivkina and James Walmsley)

My clearest memory of the 1960s is receiving a copy of Rachel Carson’s “A Silent Spring” as a school prize (rock and roll!) Thereafter I was hooked on the environmental cause.

In the 1970s the […]

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Too Poor to Protest?

November 10, 2016
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10th November 2016

As oil prices continue to languish in the mid $40s, producers who sanctioned exploration and development plans and refiners who hedged their crude oil supply at price levels higher than today and ship owners suffering low freight rates and rising costs from environmental legislation are […]

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