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Asian Petroleum Review : Jan-March 2011
44 Thomson Reuters Asia Petroleum Review Thomson Reuters has published a forward curve for Asian oil product swaps and related spreads for over a year, covering fuel oil, middle distillates, Dubai crude and naphtha. In January, Reuters Middle East crude and Asia-Pacific crude reports started coverage of the Brent-Dubai crude exchange for swaps (EFS) swaps market, looking at activity along its 12-month forward curve. The middle distil- lates report will also started covering the EFS differential between Singapore gas oil and London gas oil values. The curve aims to bring transparency to an opaque market, particularly for end users who are not trading in the markets on a regular ba- sis, as well as risk management executives who require independently assessed values for daily mark-to-market. The curves publish flat-price swaps values and related timespreads, inter-grade spreads and crack spreads on a 12-month basis. These numbers help to add value and depth to Reuters News coverage. For further enquiries and feedback on the swaps initiative, please contact: Yaw Yan Chong (Energy Correspondent) +65 6870 3851 YanChong.Yaw@thomsonreuters.com Ramthan Hussain (Editor In Charge ) + 65 6 870 3823 Ramthan.Hussain@thomsonreuters.com Simon Wilson (Head of Commodities & Energy, Asia) +65 6 870 3535 Simon.Wilson@thomsonreuters.com FORWARD THINKING Thomson Reuters Oil Swaps Forward Curve