Energy Futures

OTC Energy Futures: CFDs on Energy Futures

The futures market is a central financial exchange where specific quantities of a commodity or financial instrument can be traded. Futures contracts are fixed and traded according to quantity, delivery time and location defined by the central financial exchange. What makes a futures contract different to spot trading is that it has a delivery time set at a specified time in the future.
 

With Energy futures, the price is determined when the contract is signed and the energy product is delivered on the fixed delivery date at a future point in time. All energy futures have a specific termination date, at which point delivery of the energy product must occur unless an offsetting trade is made on the original position.

With Energy futures, the price is determined when the contract is signed and the energy product is delivered on the fixed delivery date at a future point in time. All energy futures have a specific termination date, at which point delivery of the energy product must occur unless an offsetting trade is made on the original position.

Unlike traditional Energy trading, in OTC trading on Energy Futures, or CFDs on Energy Futures, the trade is performed over the counter (OTC) similar to trading spot FX, which means the trading is done directly between the two involved parties and not via central exchange market.

Why Trade OTC Energy Futures with ICM Europe?

ICM Europe offers OTC trading on major energy futures allowing you to speculate on the movement of a specific energy futures contract, without having to go through the central exchange market.

CFD trading on currency futures with ICM Europe is speedy and straightforward but most importantly it removes the need to trade through a futures exchange broker. It is important to remember that no physical delivery takes place during this process.
 

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