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Oil major Shell and price reporting agency Platts offer rival plans to fix market distortions in Brent crude oil
Traders show little enthusiasm for Tankard indexes of European natural gas, despite ongoing concerns about the reliability of assessments by price reporting agencies. Gillian Carr reports
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