In energy, hedging is more than risk mitigation

Feb. 22, 2024
Most people think of hedging as a way to manage price volatility, but it also can help facilitate energy companies’ access to capital, making it a powerful in both “calm” and turbulent times.

The BOK Financial energy financial services team explores how hedging can help energy companies foster goodwill with financial institutions, potentially improving their access to capital. They also speak to the anticipated interest rate cuts later in 2024 and what they may mean for energy companies, and how syndicated loans can help energy companies access the capital they need to meet rising costs.

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