Russell Blinch has extensive experience writing about commodities, energy and the environment. His work has appeared in numerous outlets such as the Guardian, DeSmogBlog, Huffington Post, Reuters and at his own site, copycarbon.com. Russell was previously a senior editor with Thomson Reuters where he wore many hats—correspondent, bureau chief, and specialist editor – while being stationed in Ottawa, San Francisco, Singapore, Washington, DC, and Toronto.
It’s hard to imagine the world running short on corn when you consider the massive size of the U.S. corn…
The answer to pricing liquefied natural gas lies deep in the Louisiana Bayou.
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How the the spoos became the first successful equity futures contract.
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A global carbon market is in the making and though its implementation will not be easy, it does look like…
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This should be the best of times for the aluminum business, but the metal has become almost impossible to hedge over the past several months due to a surge in the Midwest premium. How are aluminum consumers and producers dealing with the challenges?
From the humble garden chair to the advanced jet fighter, aluminum is a commodity in great demand the world over….