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Product overview:


Gasoline, a volatile, flammable liquid derived from petroleum, serves as a primary fuel for internal combustion engines. Refined and blended with additives to improve performance and reduce emissions, gasoline grades vary by octane ratings to meet the demands of different regulatory standards.

LS Gas Oil

LS Gas Oil, often referred to as low-sulphur gasoil, is a middle distillate used primarily as a commercial fuel for road vehicles with diesel engines, as well as in off-road machinery, heating, and power generation. Characterized by its lower sulphur content, it complies with environmental regulations to reduce emissions, providing a cleaner alternative to regular diesel fuels. Its efficient combustion properties and reduced environmental impact make it a preferred choice in markets with stringent emission standards.

German Financial Power Base

German Financial Power Base is a standardised financial contract used within the European energy sector. It refers to a product traded on energy exchanges like the European Energy Exchange (EEX). This commodity typically involves the delivery of a constant stream of power over a defined period, such as a quarter, season, or year. It is called ‘base’ because it covers 24 hours a day for the delivery period. These contracts are used by energy producers and consumers to hedge against the risk of fluctuating power prices and are a key component of the energy trading market in Germany and wider Europe.

Dutch TTF Gas

Dutch TTF Gas refers to natural gas traded on the Title Transfer Facility (TTF), which is a virtual trading point for natural gas in the Netherlands. TTF is one of Europe’s most liquid natural gas hubs and serves as a benchmark for natural gas prices in Europe. Trading on the TTF includes spot, forward, futures, and other financial transactions related to natural gas. It allows participants like producers, suppliers, and traders to buy, sell, and transfer natural gas titles, providing a clear and transparent price signal for the European gas market and ensuring a secure supply of gas across the continent.

Brent Crude Oil

Brent Crude Oil is a major trading classification of sweet light crude oil that serves as a major benchmark price for purchases of oil worldwide. This grade of oil is sourced from the North Sea, and its price is used to set the value for roughly two-thirds of the world’s crude oil transactions. Characterised by its relatively low density and low sulphur content, Brent Crude is suitable for the production of gasoline and middle distillates. It is traded on the ICE (Intercontinental Exchange) and is commonly used to price European, African, and Middle Eastern crude oil.

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