WHAT IS ENERGY TRADING ?
Energy trading, often known as energies, are commodities that power industries, heat our houses, and do other things, such as crude oil and natural gas.
Energy has always been regarded a component of the hard commodity sector, but this may be changing, with many traders beginning to perceive energy as a distinct commodity.
This is due to the fact that, while the energy sector comprises fossil fuels such as oil and gas, it also includes renewables such as wind power and biofuels. Although ethanol and electricity generation are becoming more important as traded commodities, the most established energy commodity trading markets are now in non-renewable energy resources such as petroleum.
Assets in the energy markets include:
Ethanol from biomass
Renewables (solar, wind, hydro)