Power in numbers

As the energy exchange space continues to merge and electronic trading volumes rocket, the over-the-counter (OTC) markets are becoming increasingly populated with larger players. The risks are therefore growing for smaller independent shops - classified as anything from mid-size firms to low-key, four-person basement operations - as the larger companies flex their financial and technological muscles.

There are over a hundred such boutique brokerage firms in the US crude oil and natural gas space

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