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Hedging Advisory of the Year

Mercatus Energy Advisors

Mercatus Energy Advisors, with offices in Oklahoma City, Houston and Singapore, deliver bespoke advisory services to help make confident, strategic decisions in ever-changing global energy markets. As a result, they have developed a reputation as a global leader in energy hedging, marketing, supply, trading and risk management. Businesses, governments and organisations around the world rely on Mercatus Energy Advisors’ reputation as a global leader to dramatically increase their effectiveness in the firm’s core areas of competence.

Its advisory and research services are regularly recognised among the best in the industry. Mercatus Energy Advisors produce quantitative and qualitative research and analysis which enable its clients to capture opportunities and mitigate risks across the global energy commodity markets. Its clients engage it to serve as their “in-house” energy trading, risk management, marketing and supply experts, allowing them to focus on their core businesses. The firm’s client base includes energy consumers, marketers, producers, refiners and traders as well as governments, non-governmental organisations, financial institutions, institutional investors and professional services firms.

Clients engage Mercatus Energy Advisors to improve energy commodity markets skills and knowledge of their employees; when energy hedging, marketing, trading or risk management activities are not producing the desired results; if the executive management team, board of directors or shareholders require an independent, outside perspective related to a company’s energy commodity markets activities; or when they require energy trading and risk management experts for audit, litigation or mergers and acquisitions-related activities. The firm also regularly hosts conferences and seminars focused on various aspects of energy trading and risk management, as well as related topics, in numerous locations across the world.

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