Harvard professor Bill Hogan claims FERC is wrong to find market manipulation where traders simply make profits on market defects known to all.
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PUR Guide 2012 Fully Updated Version
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Market manipulation versus the right to make a profit.
Congress renews PURPA’s call for conservation and load management, but the world has changed since the 1970s.
Armed with calls for gas price transparency, FERC takes aim at intrastate pipelines—the long-forgotten and largely private preserve of the Lone Star State.
Transmission expansion costs are spread unevenly, driving a wedge between utilities and regions.
FERC and CFTC begin sharing information to target market manipulation in the energy industry.
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Bruce W. Radford
Bruce W. Radford is publisher of Public Utilities Fortnightly.
we’re doing is we’re designing everything from the bottom-up.
“I think that’s just a basic flaw.”