NASDAQ OMX Commodities Europe offers cash-settled derivatives contracts in the Nordic, German, Dutch, and UK power markets with futures, forward, option, and CfD-contracts of up to six years’ duration, including contracts for days, weeks, months, quarters, and years. The reference price for the power derivatives contracts is the underlying day-ahead price as published by Nord Pool Spot (Nordics), the EEX (Germany), APX ENDEX (Netherlands), and N2EX (UK).
NASDAQ OMX Commodities Europe is the only exchange in the world that offers a full set of instruments consisting of European Union Allowances (EUAs) and Certified Emission Reductions (CERs) contracts through standardized futures, forwards, option and spot contracts.
Through NASDAQ OMX Clearing’s acquisition of NOS Clearing ASA in 2012, the offering has been extended to freight, seafood derivatives, and Swedish-Norwegian electricity certificate instruments. Our goal is for NOS Clearing ASA to be fully supported by the Genium INET technology platform by year end 2013.
- NASDAQ OMX Commodities Europe is the trade name for NASDAQ OMX Oslo ASA, which is authorized as a commodity derivatives exchange by the Norwegian Ministry of Finance and supervised by the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority. It holds an exchange license and is responsible for operating all exchange-traded products. All trades with NASDAQ OMX Commodities Europe are subject to clearing with NASDAQ OMX Clearing.
- NASDAQ OMX Clearing is the trade name for NASDAQ OMX Stockholm AB, which is authorized and supervised as a multi-asset clearinghouse by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority.
NASDAQ OMX Commodities has nearly 350 members from more than 15 countries covering a wide range of energy producers, consumers, and financial institutions.
- N2EX is the brand name for the NASDAQ OMX Commodities and Nord Pool Spot AS UK power market. NASDAQ OMX Clearing is its authorized clearinghouse. Visit the N2EX website
- NASDAQ OMX Clearing Company (NOCC) offers clearing of physical power and natural gas contracts within the U.S. Visit the NOCC website »