Energy Risk Asia Awards 2017 open for entries

Awards set out to recognise achievements across Asian energy and commodity markets

ER Asia Awards 2017

Aiming to celebrate excellence in commodity trading and risk management, the 2017 Energy Risk Asia Awards are now open. Nominations should be submitted via the awards website, and the deadline for submissions is September 29.

Submissions will be judged by a panel of Energy Risk writers and the editor, following an extensive review and assessment process.

This year’s categories are:

  • Derivatives house of the year, Asia
  • Deal of the year, Asia
  • Oil & products house of the year, Asia
  • LNG house of the year, Asia
  • Electricity house of the year, Asia
  • Coal house of the year, Asia
  • Emissions house of the year, Asia
  • Base metals house of the year, Asia
  • Precious metals house of the year, Asia
  • Agricultural commodities house of the year
  • Finance house of the year, Asia
  • Research house of the year, Asia
  • Broker of the year, Asia
  • Exchange of the year, Asia
  • Consultancy of the year, Asia
  • Hedging advisory firm of the year
  • ETRM/CTRM software house of the year, Asia
  • Data provider of the year, Asia
  • Innovation of the year, Asia
  • Newcomer of the year, Asia

Note that the categories are subject to change, depending on the quality of submissions made.

Good luck!

Michael McCaw
Commodities Editor,

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