International Petroleum Exchange (Ipe)

Making markets

In the first of two articles tracing the beginnings of energy derivatives, Roderick Bruce talks to oil trading pioneers about the market’s formative years

IPE relaunches UK power futures

The International Petroleum Exchange (IPE), the London-based energy futures and options exchange, will relaunch UK baseload and peakload electricity futures contracts on September 14. Meanwhile, London-based clearing house LCH Clearnet yesterday cleared…

Nybot in Nymex sights

The New York Mercantile Exchange (Nymex) plans to buy the New York Board of Trade (Nybot) as part of its expansion and acquisition drive, according to Nymex president Robert Collins.

Crude oil takes a double hit

Mark Powell of GlobalView Software looks at how crude prices are being affected by the impending war with Iraq and the general strike in Venezuela

IPE pulls ‘premature’ power contract

London’s International Petroleum Exchange (IPE) has suspended trading on its electricity futures contract. The instrument, which has traded only 70 lots since its launch in March last year and nothing since the five lots it traded in January, has…

ICE moves into UK gas and power market

Atlanta-based electronic energy and commodities trading exchange, the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), is introducing its trading platform into the UK gas and power markets.

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