Energy Markets

Incumbent upon any decision-making regarding energy-related factors, one must consider the plethora of energy markets, how they operate, and how each can impact your decision-making process. Energy markets are one of the most heavily regulated areas of business, are all very highly developed, and are subject to their own set of common practices and traditions. Our team has worked for decades in energy markets across the U.S. and globally and has acquired through deep experience a thorough understanding of how those energy markets operate and how they may impact our clients. Those energy markets include, among others:

  • Commodities Markets

    • Oil

    • Natural Gas

    • Electricity

    • Petroleum Products

    • Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream

    • Wholesale and Retail

    • Natural Gas Storage

    • Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) Trade

    • Export/Import Commerce and Regulations

  • Financial Markets

    • Futures

    • Derivatives

    • Hedging

    • Market Clearing Pricing

    • Indexes

    • Volatility

  • Platforms

    • Over-The-Counter Bilateral Trading

    • Intercontinental Exchange and Others

    • Electric Regional Transmission Organizations

    • Locational Marginal Pricing

    • Operation of the Bulk Power System

    • Ancillary Services

    • Congestion Pricing

    • Electric Demand Response

    • Interstate Oil and Natural Gas Pipelines Including Hubs and Zones

    • Electric and Natural Gas Capacity Markets

    • Electric Utilities - IOUs, Municipals, Coops, Federal