SAN DIEGO—The US organization for energy trading entities Leadership for Energy Automated Processing (Leap) has gathered representatives from five companies to find a common set of standards that would help automate processing of commodity transactions.
Last year, Leap set up a reference data group to define what standards the industry should use to identify a commodity, a port, a vessel, a counterparty and so on. "We are addressing our reference data needs by what we need from a transaction
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