Utility Not so Big 6

Your business looks nothing like it used to 20 years ago, apart from a legacy ETRM system If you lead a trading desk based at a long established utility (as I did for many years), I can guarantee that: Your

The new era of algorithmic energy trading in Great Britain

As volatility and complexity increase in European energy markets due to the rising prominence of renewable energy, traditional manual trading – although good at times – is currently not enough to capitalise on the new ‘wave’ of opportunities available. We

A Trader’s Perspective on Short-Term Power Trading

New ways to profit If you are a Head of Energy Trading, working at an established commodities trading business, it’s highly likely that your leadership has been considering a move into short-term power trading. It is really a case of

Empowering asset developers to retain trading profits

Introduction The energy market is de-carbonising and generation is decentralising. This means that the traditional vertically integrated energy company, with the majority of output in large-scale power plants at its control, is disappearing. Instead, asset owners are becoming more diverse. As

Oil-co of the future

Introduction It is evident that oil and gas majors are embracing the energy transition. Whether that be Shell’s ‘Powering Progress’ or BP’s “Performing while Transforming”, they are all facing some common challenges. In a world of “low carbon electricity and