AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
OTC GLOBAL HOLDINGS Voted #1 Broker In Henry Hub, Eastern & Western US/Canada Natural Gas, Natural Gas Liquids. Read more…
OTC Global Holdings recognized as 2011’s “Broker of the Year” by renowned international trading and risk management industry publication Energy Risk. Read more…
FORMATION OF OTC GLOBAL HOLDINGS NAMED A “2008 DEAL OF THE YEAR” BY ENERGY RISK MAGAZINE Read more…
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EOXLIVE AND S&P GLOBAL MARKET INTELLIGENCE END AGREEMENT AFTER NINE YEARS. OTC GLOBAL HOLDINGS EOXLIVE MARKET DATA WILL NO LONGER BE AVAILABLE THROUGH S&P’S GLOBAL MARKET INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM.
HOUSTON/LONDON/NEW YORK CITY (June 11, 2021) – Leading independent interdealer broker OTC Global Holdings (OTCGH) announced that as of June 11, 2021 its EOXLive market data group ended its agreement with S&P Global Market Intelligence after a successful nine-year relationship.
“We want to extend our gratitude to S&P (formerly SNL) for a productive and long-lived relationship. At this point, we have mutually agreed to part ways in an effort to better serve our customers going forward.” said Campbell Faulkner, Senior Vice President and Chief Data Analyst. “Over the last decade EOXLive market data has become the standard for North American gas and power users, enabling excellent risk management and superior decision making. The team at EOX is excited to continue to deliver high quality products and services to firms from Fortune 500, to commodity exchanges and leading technology providers.”
Starting June 12, 2021, S&P Global Market Intelligence users will no longer be able to access EOXLive market data. EOXLive, however, will continue to be available to all clients through its broadly used subscription service.
EOXLive marks over 1,400 curves/implied volatilities for reports that cover 129 North American Natural Gas Basis Locations (77 Index Forwards on Basis Locations), 200 North American Power Locations (480 Curves), 28 North American Natural Gas Implied Volatility Locations, 14 North American Power Implied Volatility Locations, 14 North American Gas Power Correlation Locations, and many Global marks including Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) & Petrochemical/Olefin Products, Refined Product, LNG & Biofuels, Global Crude Oil products/spreads, and more.
EOX also has five production runs each day to enable global risk management across the commodity sector: 6:45 am CT (crude, ngl, products, freight, coal, and European gas and power), 10:00 am CT (all products), 12:00 pm CT (all products), 2:30 pm CT (all products), and 4:00 pm CT (all products)
For more information or to setup a subscription, visit https://www.eoxlive.com/market-data/ or contact EOXLive via email: email@example.com, or phone: 877-737- 8511.
About OTC Global Holdings
OTCGH is the world’s largest independent institutional broker of commodities, covering financial and physical instruments from offices in Chicago, Geneva, Houston, London, Louisville, New Jersey, New York and Singapore. OTCGH has been awarded “Broker of the Year” by Energy Risk. With a portfolio of
nearly 20 companies, OTCGH is a liquidity provider on CBOT, ICE, NYMEX, and NODAL. The company serves more than 450 institutional clients, including over 70 members of the Global Fortune 500, and transacts in hundreds of different commodity delivery points in Asia, Europe and the Americas. www.otcgh.com
About EOX Holdings LLC
EOX Holdings LLC (EOX) is registered as an Introducing Broker with the National Futures Association (NFA) and a wholly owned subsidiary of OTC Global Holdings. EOX delivers unique and comprehensive market data, introducing broker (IB) services and the EOXLive platform.
Barchart and OTC Global Holdings Announce Commodity Data Partnership
by Colleen Sheeren, Head of Marketing, Barchart, November 20, 2020
CHICAGO, IL – November 19, 2020 – Barchart, a leading provider of market data and technology services to the financial, media, and commodity industries, has announced a new partnership with OTC Global Holdings, the world’s largest independent institutional broker of commodities, to deliver commodity forward curve data from their EOXLive market data platform.
Under this new partnership, EOXLive forward curve data for crude oil, natural gas, and global refined products will be made available for subscription through the cmdty Pricing Network (CPN), giving Barchart users access to the leader in independent pricing for physical energy markets. All pricing contributed by EOXLive is available for users to access through cmdtyView Pro, cmdtyView Excel, or through an enterprise data solution.
“OTC Global Holdings’ EOXLive platform provides extensive data coverage for the energy markets which will provide our software and enterprise data clients with access to deeper sets of energy market data,” says Barchart CEO Mark Haraburda. “Through the CPN, OTC Global Holdings will be able to access our client network to accelerate the distribution of their pricing for physical energy markets.”
“We are excited to be working with Barchart and look forward to developing this partnership,” says Daniel Porton, Head of Market Data Sales & Business Development at OTC Global Holdings. “Barchart has built a very strong reputation, providing innovative solutions across data, software and technology. We can now combine this with EOXLive data reports which draw from the deep liquidity of OTCGH’s breadth of brokerages as well as superior modeling abilities. This new partnership will provide a powerful solution for traders, risk managers and analysts.”
To learn more or to subscribe to EOXLive’s pricing data, please click here.
Barchart’s cmdty Pricing Network is designed to increase transparency in global commodity markets by facilitating access to global commodity prices from leading brokerages and traders of physical commodities. To apply for membership to the cmdty Pricing Network, and unlock access to Barchart’s broad distribution footprint, please click here.
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by Mark Watson, October 29, 2020
Houston — A new study indicates that by the end of 2025, the COVID-19 crisis would likely diminish electricity usage by 65.2 TWh to 158.8 TWh, or 1.6% to 4%, reducing the need for baseload generation by 28 GW, about which industry observers differed Oct. 27.
The Columbia University Center on Global Energy Policy announced on Oct. 26 the publication of a new research paper, “Potential Implications of the COVID-19 Crisis on Long-term Electricity Demand in the United States,” by A.J. Goulding, a non-resident fellow of the CGEP and president of London Economics International, with research by LEI’s Mugwe Kiragu and David Nour Berro.
“Experience from the [2008-09] global financial crisis suggests that load is unlikely to immediately revert to previous levels following the impact of COVID-19, and that load growth may be further dampened,” the report states.
COVID-19-related reasons for weaker power demand include the following, according to the study:
- A shift to working from home
- A shift to shopping online
- Less overnight travel
- Less frequent eating at restaurants
If the power sector and regulators fail to adjust to this new situation, consumers may face unnecessary added costs, and investors could face substantial losses, the paper states.
However, Travis Whalen, a power market analyst at S&P Global Platts Analytics, said the CGEP report’s load decrease projections “appear to be overstated, particularly in the commercial sector.”
The report projects that by the end of 2025, COVID-19 will have decreased annual power demand by 4 TWh to 47 TWh in offices, by 111 to 193 TWh in the retail sector and between zero and 33 TWh in the hospitality sector.
Platts Analytics expects similar declines in load but because of previous trends in energy efficiency and distributed generation, not COVID-19, Whalen said in an Oct. 27 email.
“Ongoing analysis of coronavirus impacts to demand has indicated that most regions across the country are at pre-COVID levels,” Whalen said.
In contrast, Campbell Faulkner, OTC Global Holdings senior vice president and chief data analyst, said the CGEP report “fits pretty much in line with what I have been theorizing and seeing from load data.”
“[It] makes perfect sense for a 3% decline to appear when there is moderate, or in this case severe, economic contraction,” Faulkner said.
“The assumption of growth in residential power consumption replacing the sharp decline commercial demand seems far-fetched due to the ‘relatively’ smooth 24/7 loads that residential consumers place on the grid,” Faulkner said. “Overall, the efficiency gains at the residential level via [heating, ventilation and air conditioning] upgrades, more efficient appliances, lights, etc., mean that the climb back up to 2019 load could take even longer than the more aggressive pessimistic case.”
Timothy Fox, a research analyst at ClearView Energy Partners, an energy market consultancy, said the CGEP report’s findings “appear to align with” the US Energy Information Administration’s most recent Short-Term Energy Outlook, which concludes that power demand to total 3,657 TWh/year in 2020, down 3.2% from a three-year national average.
Matthew Cordaro, a former Midcontinent Independent System Operator president and CEO who now resides in New York, said he expects “COVID-suppressed power demand will probably remain at its current level into the middle of 2021 and increase gradually thereafter.”
“Baseload capacity will probably underrun earlier projections preceding the pandemic, first because of less need with an economy that must reestablish itself and a delay in the ambitious schedule for renewables set earlier,” Cordaro said. “The main exception to all of this would depend on dramatic political developments following the upcoming election.”
Randy Jones, principle at Mountaineer Market Advisors, a Texas-based energy market consultancy was not surprised by the CGEP report’s projections, given the shift toward working from home.
“The change will likely be a ‘sticky’ one as many businesses find ways to optimize around the arrangement and more advanced tech tools are developed to support the shift,” Jones said.
But Joshua Rhodes, a research associate at the University of Texas Webber Energy Group, held out hope for electrification expanding power demand. “I think longer-term we will see more electricity use as transportation and (later) heat electrify, but a lot could be impacted by what happens in the election and how a stimulus bill might impact investment,” Rhodes said in an Oct. 27 email.
Some areas might have lower power demand “but not all,” Rhodes said.
The report suggests that independent system operators adjust their capacity mechanisms “to reflect long-run demand destruction.”
“In 2019, capacity cost consumers in New England and PJM alone a total of $12.4 billion,” the report states. “Reducing this number could provide meaningful savings to consumers.”
Please find the article linked here including full coverage: COVID-19’s long-term effects may cut need for baseload generation: study
OTC GLOBAL HOLDINGS ANNOUNCES FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS WITH DATA PARTNER ABACUS SOLUTIONS INC
LONDON (October 1st 2020) – OTC Global Holdings (OTCGH), the leading independent interdealer broker in over-the-counter commodities, has further expanded its data services with new developments from data partner Abacus Solutions including their release of Saturn 9.0.
Abacus Solutions Inc has released SATURN 9.0, a new version of its flagship integrated CTRM system. SATURN is an enterprise business management system that integrates several key applications including Generation Management, Trade Management, Credit Management, Market Analysis, Business Intelligence, and Retail Management. SATURN facilitates improved decisions and helps analyze corporate and functional risks, revenues, costs, and profits for a portfolio of plants, trades, and other assets. Using modern technology, SATURN helps users realize significant benefits and gain unique and sustainable competitive advantages.
“We are pleased with the development of our partnership with OTC Global Holdings (EOXLive) which offers joint products and services that enable our clients to achieve operational excellence and gain and sustain competitive advantages” said Dr. Salim J. Jabbour, founder and CEO of Abacus Solutions Inc. “Our partnership with EOX enables our clients to streamline their market analysis process and integrate updated forward curves in their daily asset management, trading, and hedging decisions”, he added.
“We are delighted to be collaborating with our data partner Abacus Solutions Inc. Abacus Solutions Inc is the developer of SATURN, an integrated enterprise-wise ETRM system (front, mid, back office) with decision support capabilities and additional unique tools ” said Campbell L. Faulkner Senior Vice President and Chief Data Analyst at OTC Global Holdings (EOXLive).
As with all OTCGH Market Data products the data reports draw from the deep liquidity of OTCGH’s breadth of brokerages and leverage the company’s well-known EOXLive broking/trading platform.
OTC Global Holdings (EOXLive) is continuously expanding its suite of data resources which currently includes end-of-day forward curve reports for: North American (NA) Natural Gas Basis and Power forward curves each with 120 months of monthly granularity, NA Natural Gas implied volatilities covering basis options markets data, Power implied volatilities covering NA electricity options, global Natural Gas Liquids forward curves, NA Power/Natural Gas forward correlations, global Crude Oil forward curves, global Coal forward curves, global Freight forward curves, European NGLs, global Refined Products, European Crude Oil, Refined Products forward curves and European Natural Gas & Power forward curves.
For more information about OTCGH please visit www.otcgh.com and to learn more about EOXLive, visit the www.otcgh.com/eox or contact EOXLive via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 877-737- 8511.
About OTC Global Holdings
Formed in 2007, OTC Global Holdings has become the world’s largest independent institutional broker of commodities, covering financial and physical instruments from offices in Chicago, Des Moines, Geneva, Houston, London, Louisville, New Jersey, New York and Singapore. The company is a leading liquidity provider on CBOT, ICE, NYMEX and NFX, ranking number one amongst its peers in numerous derivatives contracts across biofuels, emissions, commodity index products, crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids (NGLs), metals, petrochemicals and refined products, power, proppants, soft commodities, and weather derivatives. The company serves more than 450 institutional clients, including over 70 members of the Global Fortune 500, and transacts in hundreds of different commodity delivery points in Asia, Europe and the Americas. To learn more about the company, please visit www.otcgh.com or go to https://player.vimeo.com/video/146686709.
About EOX Holdings LLC
EOX Holdings LLC (EOX) is registered as an Introducing Broker with the National Futures Association (NFA). EOX delivers unique and comprehensive market data, introducing broker (IB) services and the EOXLive platform. EOXLive provides order and trade management, confirms, reporting and clearing for thousands of trader, hedger and market maker accounts. EOXLive Active Markets delivers comprehensive on-screen price discovery while keeping the important human element in the trader and broker relationship. Leveraging the liquidity of nearly 20 brokerage shops across the commodity spectrum, EOXLive customers have transparency and execution capabilities so they can trade like never before. EOX Holdings LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of OTC Global Holdings.
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