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Energies

What is Energy Trading?

Energy trading and energy marketing is the form of bulk energy such as buying, selling and moving like electricity and natural gas. AVFX Capital tries to up energy trading online and offers trading in popular energies, including Brent and Crude Oil. We offer spot and futures contracts with low spreads, small margins and 10 barrel lots.  


Why Energy Trading is Important

The main things are of energy industries are the demand and supply of energy. For that reason there are many energy suppliers and consumers in order to buy or sell any type of energy. There are almost all types of energy types can be traded as electricity, oil, gas, coal, and carbon dioxide (CO2).

The supply and process in the energy trading is very clear as well as transparent. There are many factors for achieving effective and transparent energy market that will produce fair prices, such as having more sellers and buyers by having an increased trading volume, a high information density, having honest pricing between supply and demand prices.


Energy commodities are the important commodities and very demanding in our social life. The term “energy commodities” is a wide range including a variety of petrol, oil, gasoline and coal those are derived from energy sources like Coal, Brent Crude Sea Oil, Gasoline, Natural Gas, Heating Oil and Natural Gas. Basically energy trading and marketing refers to the buying, selling and moving of electricity and natural gas from where it is produced to where it is needed. There are some other commodities available like Corn, Copper, other Natural Minerals those are belong to electricity and natural gas are termed as traded commodities.

Our main activities:

  • We do optimize and fence and customer portfolios.
  • Do handle the source of fuels and carbon credits.
  • Manage the trading of physical and financial energy commodities for our valued customers.
  • Offer transactions and tailored made contracts to our business partners and partners as per their specific needs.
  • Offer spot contracts with low spreads on small margins.

 

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