Energy Regulators Tap Scila for Trade Reporting

The Energy Trade Data Reporting Scheme, a project run by a group of European energy regulators, is to use market surveillance software from Swedish vendor Scila to capture and analyze historical trade data from energy exchanges, brokers and traders for a test period, to determine the feasibility of a standardized trade data collection, storage and monitoring body.

Scila is part-owned by Swedish exchange technology vendor Cinnober.

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