Improving Market Transparency: Energy Trade Data Reporting Scheme

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012, 8:00am-9:00am (San Francisco) / 11:00-12:00pm (New York) / 5:00-6:00pm (Paris/Frankfurt)

There is a widely acknowledged need to enhance market transparency and efficient monitoring of electricity and gas wholesale markets with the goal of ensuring market integrity in a comprehensive manner. Energy is increasingly traded across borders via platforms such as exchanges and brokers or equally important, bilaterally between traders. However, market monitoring is still fragmented and limited to individual national schemes and lacks a comprehensive, EU wide approach. 

 

The CEER Pilot Project Energy Trade Data Reporting Scheme demonstrated within a period of only six months that the establishment of an effective European monitoring of wholesale energy trading based on a largely electronic data collection will be challenging, but is feasible. The CEER initiated a close and productive dialogue with financial market regulators many years ago aimed at providing comprehensive and coherent supervision and regulation of all energy markets, physical and financial. Most recently, the CEER's Pilot Project:

  • Served as a prototype for the implementation of the Regulation on Energy Market Integrity and Transparency
  • Contributed to persuade EU legislators about the possibility and usefulness of more systemic and sophisticated EU-wide market monitoring
Moderator :

Speakers :
  •   Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER); Walter Boltz, Vice President

 

 

Attendees list
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E-Control Austria
Executive Director
ADP
Responsable optimisation énergétique
Strategen
Director of Operations & Development
Enablon
Chef de Produit
AGRION
International Projects Manager