London - Thomson Reuters has launched new independent research and forecasting tools for energy professionals using the Company's desktop, Thomson Reuters Eikon. Eikon now enables energy traders, analysts and risk managers to combine research and forecast information from Thomson Reuters Point Carbon with real-time and historical price data, Reuters news and access to community chat tools.
Thomson Reuters Research & Forecasts for Energy aims to provide energy professionals with detailed analysis and assessment of the fundamental elements of the power, gas and carbon markets using insight and proprietary modelling techniques. This market-predicting information is created through the monitoring of weather forecasts, key supply and demand factors and pricing activity alongside policy developments and other market factors.
"Thomson Reuters in-depth knowledge of the energy markets is renowned and well-respected in the trading industry," said Leigh Henson, head of energy at Thomson Reuters. "By combining this forward-looking market intelligence from Thomson Reuters Point Carbon with the innovative tools, real-time news and community of Eikon, we are helping energy professionals stay ahead of the market, fine tune their strategies and more accurately forecast energy demand and prices. With Eikon we are providing the most powerful one-stop financial desktop for the energy market."