Commodity and energy trading either takes place bilaterally, in the over-the-counter (OTC) markets, or on a trading venue, like an exchange. Globally, there are quite some of these organised market places, facilitating transacting between buyers and sellers. The Multi-Commodity Exchange (MCX) of India concerns one of many commodity and energy exchanges in Asia. In Japan, the Japan Exchange Group (JPX) offers a one-stop shop for a range of products and services with:
- Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE), and
- Osaka Exchange (OSE), but also
- Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM).
In Europe, EPEX Spot and Euronext (including its subsidiaries Matif and Nordpool Spot) are examples of commodity and energy exchanges, as well as the European Energy Exchange (EEX), including:
- The Singaporesian subsidiary EEX Asia, and
- The US Nodal Exchange.
Furthermore, commodity and energy exchanges in the United States incorporate:
- CME group, including its subsidiaries:
- Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME),
- Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), and
- New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX))
- Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), which has appeared after mergers and acquisitions of various vehicles, including:
- New York Board of Trade (NYBOT), and
- International Petroleum Exchange (IPE)
In addition to the mentioned venues, there are many more commodity or energy exchanges throughout the globe. Besides, there are numerous stock exchanges or venues that lists bonds, FX options or crypto-currency futures.