Energy Risk's 2012 Software Survey and Rankings

Tighter budgets and looming regulation are key factors impacting decisions around energy trading and risk management software systems this year, according to Energy Risk’s Software Survey. David Wigan and Stella Farrington analyse the results

Energy Risk's 2012 Software Survey and Rankings

With budgets under pressure but looming derivatives regulation likely to put more demands on energy companies in terms of software requirements, spending on energy trading and risk management (ETRM) systems needs to be more targeted and prudent than ever before.

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Against this backdrop, Energy Risk ran its 2012 Software Survey, polling users of ETRM systems and software

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