Last month’s admission by US energy companies Dynegy and American Electric Power Co that their traders had provided inaccurate data to industry publications has revived the issue of how vulnerable these publications are to price manipulation. (This story was published in the hard copy November edition of EnergyAsia. For details, please check with Sales@EnergyAsia.com). Embattled…

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Last month’s admission by US energy companies Dynegy and American Electric Power Co that their traders had provided inaccurate data to industry publications has revived the issue of how vulnerable these publications are to price manipulation. Embattled Dynegy of Houston said it had fired six employees and disciplined seven others while AEP had fired five…

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