Oil is one of the most important energy sources in the world and a key commodity traded in the global economy. With high volatility driven by supply and demand, the industry continues to evolve, and oil trading requires a platform to support this. Here at Trayport, our market-leading trading software - Joule - supports the trading of wholesale LPG/NGL's & Naphtha for forwards and futures in the derivative market.
Market participants need reliable software to manage and hedge risk. We believe in bringing market players together, so everyone can succeed. To find out more about finding the best wholesale refined oil prices, contact us today.
Optimise Your Oil Trading
Trade Light Ends On Screen
Joule brings the wholesale refined oil network together, connecting traders, brokers, and exchanges, allowing for seamless light ends (LPG/NGL’s and Naphtha) trading on a single screen so you can focus on risk mitigation and trading success.
We offer trader screens for financially settled LPG/NGL derivatives in Asia, Middle East and U.S.A markets cleared on ICE and CME.
- Derivative Contracts
- Price Transparency
- Benchmark Products
- Agnostic Approach
- Trading Alerts
- API Integration
- Excel Integration
- Reliable & Trusted Software
Simplify your trading experience, use one screen to access the LPG/NGL market with Joule.
Why Trade Refined Oil on Joule?
The Platform For Choice
Trayport has been providing energy trading software solutions since 1993, we believe in providing a transparent, liquid market, connecting Traders to real-time prices, and to the global energy network via our software, Joule.
Joule provides traders an aggregated view of all major OTC Broker and Exchange prices on a single screen, and is already a leading and trusted platform for banks, utilities, resource companies, and funds.
With proven success in many energy asset classes, we enable Traders a screen to trade LPG/NGLs, Naphtha and continually seek opportunities to expand this market coverage further.
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