Price reporting is improving, says CCRO director

Speaking at Energy Risk’s Houston conference today, Anderson noted that those companies actively reporting prices to publishers such as Platts are doing their part to aid market liquidity and reliability.

Some energy companies in the US ceased reporting prices following charges of market manipulation by US energy regulators. Enron, and others, famously misrepresented gas and electricity prices to publishers and were subsequently charged and fined by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.


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