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EEX Group: The new global commodities exchange

Richard Heath: Head of Business Development – Global Commodities

EEX Group is evolving as a global commodity exchange, trading and clearing an increasingly broad portfolio of products. EEX Group allows traders to access the group through an entity which is regulated in their local jurisdiction but which plugs them into the broader network of the whole group; providing an end to end trading system that can integrate with the client at all stages of the trade life cycle and matches their trading style and needs. Richard Heath, head of sales and market development at EEX Group, explains the dynamics of change.

EEX Group: The new global commodities exchange

EEX Group: How technology, new products and partnerships are driving growth

Richard Heath: Head of Business Development – Global Commodities

Global commodities prices look to be slowly recovering as global trade inches back to positive levels.  EEX Group has an ambitious plan to diversify its product offering in areas such as ferrous metals, new freight contracts and even oil products. How will technology, regulation and cross business initiatives help define these new strategic sectors for the exchange group? Richard Heath, head of sales and market development at EEX Group, explains the dynamics of change.

EEX How technology, new products and partnerships are driving growth

EEX’s Power market: putting the customer first

Steffen Riediger: Head of European Power Derivatives

EEX is the leading energy exchange in Europe. It develops, operates and connects secure, liquid and transparent markets for energy and related products. On the EEX spot and derivatives markets, power, natural gas, CO2emission allowances, coal and guarantees of origin are traded. Steffen Riediger, Head of European Power Derivatives, EEX explains how the exchange’s remit has evolved responding to changing client requirements.

EEX’s Power market putting the customer first

EEX Power From East to West measuring the impact of the PXE and Nodal Exchange acquisitions

Steffen Riediger: Head of European Power Derivatives

EEX has made several acquisitions in recent years, boosting its plans to become a global commodities exchange. In the power segment, two recent acquisition carry weight. In January 2016, EEX took a majority stake in Prague-based Power Exchange Central Europe (PXE) and this year, in May, EEX finalised the acquisition of Nodal Exchange, giving the exchange group access to the lucrative North American energy trading markets. Steffen Riediger, head of business development, EEX Group talks through the significance of the acquisitions.

EEX Power From East to West measuring the impact of the PXE and Nodal Exchange acquisitions

EEX Group: The Phelix-DE Future; the new benchmark for European power

Steffen Riediger: Head of European Power Derivatives

The decision by the German energy market regulator BNetzA to split the combined German-Austrian price zone discombobulated market participants. To help clients manage change, in April 2017, EEX Group introduced the Phelix-DE Future and Phelix-AT Future contracts, which provide risk management tools for the new, separate, national market areas of Germany and Austria. Since then, EEX Group has seen a big move in the market. In the Cal-19 contract, for instance, more than 60% of the total volume is already traded in Phelix-DE Futures. Steffen Riediger, Head of European Power Derivatives, EEX Group explains how the Phelix-DE Future is establishing itself as the new reference product for European Power.

EEX Group The Phelix-DE Future the new benchmark for European power

About EEX

European Energy Exchange (EEX) is the leading energy exchange in Europe. What is EEX? What can be traded? How exactly does trading work? This video gives a general overview over the company and explains EEX's business.

About EEX

Winter package of the EU Commission

Clean Energy Package – What should Europe’s energy market look like?

In a joint interview, Dr. Tobias Paulun, Chief Strategy Officer of EEX and Kristian Ruby, Secretary General Eurelectric talked about the Clean Energy Package and its vision for the European Energy Market.

In the framework of its “Energy Union” strategy, the European Commission presented a comprehensive package entitled “Clean energy for all Europeans”, which contained proposals for the revision of existing legal provisions and for the introduction of new legal provisions for the internal electricity market. The so-called Clean Energy Package includes, for example, proposals for the fields of energy efficiency, renewable energies, the electricity market design, the security of supply and the governance rules for the energy union. To watch some excerpts of the interview, please click below. For the written interview please have a look at the latest edition of our Policy Newsletter. The EEX Policy Newsletter provides analysis and positions on selected energy policy issues as well as background information on energy trading.

Clean Energy Package for all Europeans – What will Europe's Future Energy Policy look like?