The OpenLink Bulletin – March 2016
As Europe inches ever-closer to a single energy market and regulation becomes more onerous, a growing number of European energy companies are using our solutions to help them gain competitive advantage.
OpenLink Chosen by Romande Energie for Energy Trading and Risk Management
OpenLink was chosen for its flexibility, market know-how, ability to cover all business requirements, and proven track record of delivering successful solutions to the mid-tier energy sector.
“A big factor in the selection was the ease in which the solution can fit into our existing infrastructure, as was meeting future regulatory reporting requirements. On top of this, we needed a partner that truly understood our business. With a dedication to the energy trading space spanning many years – OpenLink was the clear stand out vendor of choice,” said Christian Frère, Director of the Energy Business Unit.
OpenLink to Manage Cross-Border Energy Trading and Risk Management of MET Group
Swiss-based MET Group, specializing in multi-commodity wholesale and trading in the Central and Western European markets, selects OpenLink following extensive discussions with a number of vendors.
Harry Nota, Head of Energy, EMEA at OpenLink said, “As Europe inches ever-closer to a single energy market, cross-border trading opportunities become more frequent and more competition enters the market. Companies like MET Group are nimble enough to take advantage of these opportunities, and they’re recognizing early the need for the smartest technology to help them thrive in this new European market environment.”
Gaznat Optimizes Physical Energy Portfolio with OpenLink
Gaznat, a supplier and transporter of high pressure natural gas to Western Switzerland, has gone live with OpenLink’s optimization solution for physical asset portfolio optimization.
"We are now able to model our physical network in the Optimization suite, to produce vastly more efficient scheduling based on the inter-dependencies of each asset. Something which will be a great improvement and will enable us to unlock the full value of our physical assets," said the company’s ETRM Manager.