Energy powers economies and the price of energy commodities are some of the most watched economic indicators. Our suite of over 1000 energy futures and options contracts has created a network of commodity market participants that rely on our markets daily.
Today, a large percentage of the world's oil futures are traded on our markets. The overall Brent complex acts as a reference price for approximately two thirds of the world’s oil and our Brent futures contract serves as the world’s benchmark for light, sweet crude. Our natural gas and power markets meet the hedging needs of North American and European energy market participants and are offered alongside our crude and refined oil, coal, natural gas liquids and other emerging energy markets.
How ICE Low Sulphur Gasoil Futures became One in a Million
Globalizing Natural Gas Market Drives Liquidity in LNG Futures
By Gordon Bennett, Managing Director, Utility Markets, ICE
When it comes to trading in the oil markets, it’s all about liquidity. And, when it comes to measuring how liquid a futures contract is, open interest is one of the key indicators used by market participants.
2017: A Dynamic Oil Landscape
By Mike Davis, Director of Oil Market Development at ICE
As natural gas markets become increasingly global, market participants are evolving their trading and risk management strategies to manage portfolios with regional and global exposure.
Mike Davis talks about the importance of Low Sulphur Gasoil as the global benchmark for diesel