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    Lacima Webinar Series

    Deal Valuation & Portfolio Risk Management with Lacima.

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    Natural Gas Newsletter | October 2022

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    EEX Group Sustainability Conference

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    The European Energy Exchange (EEX) is the leading energy exchange which builds secure, successful and sustainable commodity markets worldwide – together with its customers. As part of EEX Group, a group of companies serving international commodity markets, it offers contracts on Power, Natural Gas and Emission Allowances as well as Freight and Agricultural Products. EEX also provides registry services as well as auctions for Guarantees of Origin, on behalf of the French State.
    More information: www.eex.com

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    Become a part of EEX and look at our job openings!

    Clearing at ECC

    Clearing at ECC - how does it work? Our revised video is now available on YouTube with German, French and Japanese subtitles!


    > To the German version 
    > To the ECC French version 
    > To Japanese version


    Notice: To activate the video, please click on the picture. Please note that after activation your data will be forwarded to YouTube.

    Trading at Trading Hub Europe’s virtual trading point upon activation of the emergency level

    THE, EEX and the Federal Network Agency agree that, in principle, the natural gas spot market will remain open even if the emergency level should be called out.

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    Discover our Registry Services

    EEX Group has always been providing services to the electricity industry: algorithmic trading softwares for balancing and market coupling services, auction platforms but also registry services. In that field, EEX Group has developed a solid and recognized expertise.

    > more information in French

    > more information in English

    EEX Zero Carbon Freight Index

    The ZCFI provides credible and reliable data and helps to see how the cost of carbon emissions could affect freight prices.


    > more on the EEX Zero Carbon Freight Index

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