Ice nbp gas futures

Get updated commodity futures prices. Find information about commodity prices and trading, and find the latest commodity index comparison charts. The ICE U.K. NBP Natural Gas Futures contract is the leading on-exchange benchmark for European natural gas, with the contract seeing an increase in liquidity and open interest in recent years. Total trading volumes were over six million contracts in 2013.

"UK Natural Gas NBP Future (M) - ICE Futures Europe " means that the price for a Pricing Date will be that day's Specified Price per MMBTU of natural gas on ICE Futures Europe for the UK Natural Gas NBP Future Contract (M) for the Delivery Date, stated in pence Sterling per therm, as made public by ICE Futures Europe on that Pricing Date. ICE UK Natural Gas Prices The All Futures page lists all open contracts for the commodity you've selected. Intraday futures prices are delayed 10 minutes, per exchange rules, and are listed in CST. Contracts are for physical delivery through the transfer of rights in respect of Natural Gas at the National Balancing Point (NBP) Virtual Trading Point, operated by National Grid, the transmissions system operator in the UK. Delivery is made equally each day throughout the delivery period The National Balancing Point, commonly referred to as the NBP, is a virtual trading location for the sale and purchase and exchange of UK natural gas. It is the pricing and delivery point for the ICE Futures Europe (IntercontinentalExchange) natural gas futures contract. The ICE UK Natural Gas Options contract is an option on the ICE UK Natural Gas Futures contract. At expiry, one lot of UK Natural Gas Options will exercise into one lot of UK Natural Gas Futures. UK Natural Gas Options are European-style, such that In-The-Money options, unless abandoned, are automatically exercised at expiry.

Operator(s). ICE Futures Europe operates the principal futures market for gas in. Great Britain. CME Europe offers futures contracts based around the NBP, and.

The ICE U.K. NBP Natural Gas Futures contract is the leading on-exchange benchmark for European natural gas, with the contract seeing an increase in liquidity and open interest in recent years. Total trading volumes were over six million contracts in 2013. On March 15, 2010, ICE Futures Europe introduced the ICE TTF Natural Gas futures contract. The first trade was executed by Total Gas and Power and Credit Suisse. The contract is based on the Title Transfer Facility (TTF) in the Netherlands and trades alongside ICE's U.K. NBP Natural Gas futures contract, the leading benchmark for U.K. natural gas. The ICE UK Natural Gas Futures contract, first listed in January of 1997, is used primarily to manage price risk in the underlying physical natural gas market, as an investment vehicle, to effect physical delivery into the UK gas grid, and to enable users to separate/reference the price element within a long-term physical gas contract. Average daily volume for ICE U.K. NBP Natural Gas Futures is 43,703 lots month to date in February 2012. The ICE UK NBP Natural Gas Options contract also set an open interest record of 116,920 lots on February 22, 2012 .

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electricity and gas markets: Demand levels, trading volumes, prices and Source: National Grid, ICE (Intercontinental Exchange) NBP (National Balancing Point): The virtual hub at which all gas flows onto and out of the gas grid are set against. Season ahead: trade for electricity delivered in a particular future season  The NBP is a virtual location through which most wholesale gas trades take place . Over-the-counter natural gas trades and Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) futures   22 Mar 2010 The contract trades alongside ICE's U.K. NBP Natural Gas futures contract, bringing together two of the most liquid European gas hubs on a  Operator(s). ICE Futures Europe operates the principal futures market for gas in. Great Britain. CME Europe offers futures contracts based around the NBP, and. Electronic futures, Exchange for Physical (EFP), Exchange for Swap (EFS) and Block Trades are available for this contract. Unit of Trading 1,000 therms of natural gas per day (1 therm = 29.3071 kilowatt hours) Contracts are for physical delivery through the transfer of rights in respect of Natural Gas at the National Balancing Point (NBP) Virtual Trading Point, operated by National Grid, the transmissions system operator in the UK. Delivery is made equally each day throughout the delivery period

The balancing market operated by the ICE Endex exchange. trade – this is the transfer of title of gas between market participants and takes place at the NBP.

Get updated commodity futures prices. Find information about commodity prices and trading, and find the latest commodity index comparison charts. The ICE U.K. NBP Natural Gas Futures contract is the leading on-exchange benchmark for European natural gas, with the contract seeing an increase in liquidity and open interest in recent years. Total trading volumes were over six million contracts in 2013.

The National Balancing Point, commonly referred to as the NBP, is a virtual trading location for the sale and purchase and exchange of UK natural gas. It is the pricing and delivery point for the ICE Futures Europe (IntercontinentalExchange) natural gas futures contract.

The National Balancing Point, commonly referred to as the NBP, is a virtual trading location for the sale and purchase and exchange of UK natural gas. It is the pricing and delivery point for the ICE Futures Europe (IntercontinentalExchange) natural gas futures contract.

The ICE UK Natural Gas Futures contract, first listed in January of 1997, is used primarily to manage price risk in the underlying physical natural gas market, as an investment vehicle, to effect physical delivery into the UK gas grid, and to enable users to separate/reference the price element within a long-term physical gas contract.