Ukrainian Universal Exchange already realized energy resources to more than 2 billion UAH on trading results in the first half of 2015 on the electronic exchange trading. There has been a steady growth in trading volumes of natural gas and gas condensate.
Since the beginning of 2015 Ukrainian Universal Exchange significantly expanded trading product line: liquefied gas trading became more intensive, crude oil and oil products. All exchange trading in the energy market is being held in electronic form on an anonymous basis.
"We are glad that energy market participants take part in exchange trading improving national economy. We try to meet market participants’ needs and offer them best conditions for trading – trading online in electronic form. We take care to ensure that the energy market was the most liquid, alive and transparent – this is our task and we will continue to develop this aspect of our exchange," said Deputy Director of the Ukrainian Universal Exchange Serhii Hladkyi.
Energy electronic trading on the Ukrainian Universal Exchange
|Natural gas||1 266 404 113,59||1 734 081 928,95||3 000 486 042,54|
|Liquefied gas||0,00||21 655 000,00||21 655 000,00|
|Crude oil||0,00||296 000,00||296 000,00|
|Gas condensate||15 992 500,00||155 437 785,00||171 430 285,00|
|Oil products||0,00||112 853 900,00||112 853 900,00|
|Total||1 282 396 613,59||2 024 324 613,95||3 306 721 227,54|
** data as at 01.07.2015
The exchange actively cooperates with the Deposit Guarantee Fund regarding realization of insolvent banks’ assets.
From June 2015 on the Ukrainian Universal Exchange trading in section "Agricultural products" has started. In the period from 11.06.2015 to 30.06.2015 on the exchange were already concluded 180 bargains on the total amount of 279 524 406,20 UAH.
It bears reminding that Ukrainian Universal Exchange annually ranks first among commodity exchanges of Ukraine by volumes of transactions and one of the most advanced exchanges with the provision of exchange trading services in different markets since 1997.
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