Central European Gas Hub AG (CEGH) provides a gas trading platform for international gas companies in Austria and runs the CEGH OTC Market. The Gas Exchange products for the Austrian market are offered on the PEGAS platform in cooperation between CEGH and Powernext. Moreover, CEGH also offers the CEGH Czech Gas Exchange in cooperation with PXE. CEGH is the operator of the Virtual Trading Point (VTP) in Austria. CEGH is a subsidiary of OMV Gas & Power (65%), Wiener Boerse (20%) and Eustream (15%).
For more information please visit: http://www.cegh.at/
CEZ Group’s Profile:
Headquartered in Czechia, CEZ Group is an integrated energy conglomerate with operations in a
number of Western, Central, and Southeastern European countries and Turkey. Its core business is
the generation, distribution, trade in, and sales of electricity and heat, trade in and sales of natural gas,
and coal extraction. It also offers its customers technological solutions in the field of energy services.
CEZ Group companies employ almost 27,000 people.
For more information please visit: https://www.cez.cz/en/
The European Energy Exchange (EEX) is the leading energy exchange in Europe. As part of EEX Group, a group of companies serving international energy and commodity markets, EEX offers contracts on Power, Coal and Emission Allowances as well as Freight and Agricultural Products. EEX is part of Deutsche Börse Group.
For more information please visit: http://www.eex.com/en#/en
The European Power Exchange EPEX SPOT SE operates the power spot markets for Germany, France, Austria and Switzerland (Day-Ahead and Intraday). Together these countries account for one third of European power consumption. EPEX SPOT also provides services for other Power Exchanges. It is a European company (Societas Europaea) based in Paris with branches in Leipzig, Bern and Vienna. 220 companies are active on EPEX SPOT. In 2013, 346 TWh were traded on EPEX SPOT’s markets.
For more information please visit: http://www.epexspot.com/en/
Powernext SA manages complementary, transparent and anonymous energy markets. Powernext Gas Spot and Powernext Gas Futures were launched on 26 November 2008 in order to hedge volume and price risks for natural gas in France, the Netherlands and Belgium. Powernext manages the National Registry for electricity guarantees of origin in France since 1 May 2013. Powernext owns 50 % in EPEX SPOT and 20 % in EEX Power Derivatives.
For more information please visit: https://www.powernext.com/
POWER EXCHANGE CENTRAL EUROPE, a.s. (PXE) offers trading in Czech, Slovak, Hungarian, Polish and Romanian electricity. In cooperation with Austrian Central European Gas Hub AG (CEGH), PXE operates the CEGH Czech Gas Futures market for trading in gas. PXE also enables end customers to find the most suitable electricity and natural gas supplier via electronic auctions.
In 2016, PXE became a part of the EEX Group. PXE has been closely cooperating with the EEX Group since 2013, through the ECC clearing house, which provides clearing and settlement of trades for the Prague exchange.
For more information please visit: http://www.pxe.cz/
Argus is a leading global energy and commodity price reporting agency. We bring transparency to complex and opaque commodity markets, including energy, metals, fertilizers and petrochemicals. We provide key price benchmarks, indexes and market insight, as well as conferences and consulting services.
For more information please visit: http://argusmedia.com/
Polenergia Obrót specializes in wholesale energy, gas, CO2 emissions, property rights and guarantees of origin trading. Polenergia Obrót is one of the most dynamically growing companies in the sector of energy trading in Poland. Polenergia Obrót is an direct and active member of POLPX and operates on the power wholesale market in Germany (since 2013). In 2016 Polenergia Obrót obtained permission for energy trading in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The company is a supporting member of the EFET.
For more information please visit: http://www.polenergia.pl/pol/en/node/1561
Yesilyurt Energy, which is an affiliate of Yesilyurt Group, benefitted from the experience of the parent concern, and started its operations in investment, production and trade branches in energy sector. Nowadays, Yesilyurt Energy has begun works on trading in CEE, SEE, and Turkey. Additionally, Yesilyurt has opened another branch in Zagreb, Croatia and waiting market licences from Hungary.
For more information please visit: yesilyurtenerji.com
AFEER – The Romanian Electricity Suppliers Association is a professional, non-governmental and non-profit association, established at the end of 2006. AFEER has 40 members, domestic and foreign energy companies, state-owned and private energy suppliers, covering more than 90% market share. AFEER’s main purpose is to define and support its members' common position in matters related to the electricity supply industry, as well as to represent them during the official dialogue with the authorities and other local and foreign energy bodies.
AFEER was actively involved in all major projects that have defined the Romanian energy industry. Part of its main role to promote a professional and transparent business environment, AFEER organizes seminars, roundtables and conferences, offering the necessary framework to discuss and solve specific problems with major impact on the electricity market.
The “Free Energy Market Association” (ASEP) is an association, whose activity is devoted to the liberalization of the Bulgarian energy market. ASEP was founded as a union of traders of electricity and is also open to electricity consumers and producers. We believe that the establishment of a stable, transparent and predictable market is possible only with the combined and coordinated effort of all market participants.
For more information please visit: www.asep.bg
PETFORM (Petroleum Platform Association) was established on 15 September 2000 under the leadership of domestic and foreign companies operating in the fields of crude oil and natural gas exploration, production, processing, storage, transportation and refining and natural gas import and sales.
PETFORM, which plays a key role in transferring private sector sensitivities to the competent public institutions in all legal arrangements that Turkey needs in the field of energy, has taken an active role on behalf of the private sector in the formulation of legal legislation required by the energy sector, especially the Natural Gas Market Law and the Turkish Petroleum Law.
In our association, which aims to unite the expectations of all its members in a common pavilion within the framework of a transparent and participatory management approach, there are 2 working groups, namely Search - Production and Natural Gas affiliated to the Board of Directors.
Exploration- Production Group, companies operating in domestic and foreign crude oil and natural gas exploration and production activities; The Gas Group is the technical working groups in which proposals for solutions to the problems of the companies involved in natural gas import and sales activities are put forward. Decisions taken at regularly held group meetings are led by the approval of the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors, when seemed appropriate, makes official visits to the competent public institutions and organizations and presents reports prepared by the working groups in order to share views and suggestions on the developments in the oil and gas market. In addition to this, there are many events bringing together representatives of public and private sector, especially organizations such as 'Natural Gas Trade Forum' and 'Exploration and Production Sector Consultation Meetings', both domestic and abroad.
For more information please visit: www.petform.org.tr
CTRMCenter™ is your source for everything ‘CTRM’. This online portal, managed by Commodity Technology Advisory LLC, features the latest news, opinions, information and insights on commodity markets technologies delivered by some of the industry’s leading experts and thought leaders. The site is visited by almost 1000 unique visitors per week. It also includes free access to all of ComTech’s research in the form of reports, white papers and newsletters.
The CEE region of Europe is one in which power and gas markets are changing rapidly and yet, there is a hang-over of politics and economics from the past. Not only is this reflected in market developments, but also in the existence of a multitude of local ETRM and service suppliers who hold installed bases in the region, and are more or less unheard of outside it.
Indeed, many geographic regions share the same characteristics in terms of having relatively unknown local vendors of ETRM software and services holding their own against larger and more well-known vendors.
ComTech is undertaking research into the CEE market ETRM universe in order to understand the region better, but also find answers to how and why small regional vendors continue to exist in what is an increasingly mature software market.
To that end, we seek users of CEE ETRM software to complete our short survey. The final report will be freely available from CTRMCenter when complete.
For more information please visit: www.ctrmcenter.com