Energy Risk Software Survey and Rankings 2013

Energy trading and risk management (ETRM) software budgets are declining, just as new regulatory requirements are putting more demand on ETRM platforms than in previous years, according to the results of Energy Risk’s 2013 Software Survey and Rankings. Stella Farrington reports

Energy Risk - Software Rankings 2013

Energy firms are currently being bombarded with regulatory requirements, many of which will require changes to energy trading and risk management (ETRM) software systems, according to market participants. But despite this, budgets for ETRM software are continuing to decline, according to Energy Risk’s 2013 Software Survey and Rankings, raising questions about the ability of firms to adequately adjust their systems.

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