Ginga debuts electronic coal trading in Asia

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Energy markets brokerage, Ginga Petroleum, has launched an electronic trading system designed by Trayport, making it likely to be the first Asian broker to trade physical coal and derivatives electronically in the region.

Singapore-based Ginga said it will list Indonesian sub-bituminous (sub-bit) coal swaps and a sub-bit physical contract on the new platform. The physical contract is being developed in conjunction with market participants. The contracts will be based on the specifications of the

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