Energy contract for Difference

Trade CFD in physical energy such as Brent crude, WTI and natural gas and diversify your portfolio...

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Most orders executed within 14ms

Up to 7,000 orders executed per second

Ultra-low latency datacentre co-location

The most characteristic feature of energy prices is high volatility

Energy prices are most typically characterized by high volatility as a result of political and environmental influences. Many supply and demand factors also influence energy prices, most notably global economic growth. When the economy is booming, energy demand increases; When the economy is depressed, energy consumption goes down. In addition to economic changes, catastrophic weather conditions can also have a dramatic impact on energy, leading to disruptions in supplies of crude oil, natural gas or oil. Thus, such conditions can increase or decrease the demand for customer service associated with these energies. In addition, global energy prices at some of the world's largest gas fields are largely affected by political instability.

Oil has a global 24-hour market

Oil has a global, 24-hour market and its price is constantly changing. The oil market is ideal for day traders looking for quick moves and choosing CFDs as the easiest way to trade oil prices.

Spot Energies

Invest in some of the most popular spot energies such as Brent and WTI.

SymbolSpreadAskBidLong SwapShort Swap
USOUSD2.285.54285.5647.38-18.37
UKOUSD2.391.20491.22711.2-26.11
XNGUSD126.8776.889-29.0413.18