European Federation of Energy Traders

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European Federation of Energy Traders
Abbreviation EFET
Formation 1999; 18 years ago (1999)
Type association
Purpose to promote and facilitate European energy trading in open, transparent and liquid wholesale markets
Headquarters Amstelveenseweg 998
Region served
Wholesale energy traders
Chairman of the Board
Paul Dawson
General Secretary
Jan van Aken
Main organ

The European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET) is an association of European energy traders in markets for wholesale electricity and gas. EFET was founded in 1999 in response to the liberalisation of electricity and gas markets within the European Union. EFET advocates policies and regulatory measures which allow electricity and gas trading to develop freely while encouraging good risk management practices and responsible corporate governance. In its role as a standard setting body, EFET aims to provide standard solutions to common aspects of wholesale energy transactions, such as contracting and data exchange.[1]


As of January 2014, EFET had a total of 126 member companies, of which 37 were associate members.[2]

ISO country code Country Members (Regular and Associate)
AT Austria KELAG, E & T Energie, EconGas, Tiwag, Verbund Trading
BE Belgium GDF Suez Electrabel
BG Bulgaria NEK EAD
HR Croatia HEP Trade
CZ Czech Republic B.E.K. Group, MND, CEZ, Lumius, Vemex
DK Denmark Neas Energy, Danske Commodities, DONG
FI Finland Fortum, RAO Nordic
FR France EDF Trading, Société Générale, Engie Global Markets
DE Germany Bayerngas Energy Trading, Deutsche Bank, E.ON Energy Trading, EnBW, MVV Trading, RheinEnergie, RWE Supply & Trading, Stadtwerke München, Syneco Trading, Trailstone, Trianel, VNG, Wingas, aet, Commerzbank, Currenta, Dong Energy Markets, EWE Trading, Gas-Union, Gazprom Germania, Gelsenwasser, GETEC, Mark-E, Stadtwerke Hannover, Stadtwerke Leipzig
GR Greece Aegean Power, DEPA, Public Power Corporation
HU Hungary MOL Energy Trade, MVM Trade
IT Italy Acquirente Unico, TEI Energy, A2A Trading, Edison, Enel Energy Europe, Enel Trade, ENI, ENOI, Europe Energy, GALA Energia, Gas Plus Italiana, Hera Trading, Sorgenia, YouTrade Gruppo Innowatio
LU Luxembourg Enovos Luxembourg
NL Netherlands Delta, Eneco, GasTerra
NO Norway Statkraft Energi
PL Poland PGE, PGNiG, Tauron Polska Energia
PT Portugal EDP Energía, Galp Gás Natural
RO Romania SNGN Romgaz, Energy Holding
RS Serbia EPS, Rudnap group
SK Slovak Republic Slovenske Elektrarne
SI Slovenia Elektro Energija, GEN-I, HSE
ES Spain Endesa, Energya VM, Gas Natural Fenosa, Iberdrola
SE Sweden Vattenfall
CH Switzerland Alpiq, Axpo, Azienda Elettrica Ticinese, BKW FMB, Cargill International, CKW, DufEnergy Trading, Gunvor International, Mercuria Energy Trading, Novatek, NValue, Repower, SET Swiss Energy Trading, Vitol
GB United Kingdom Barclays Capital, BP, BG International, BNP Paribas, Centrica, Citi, Conoco Phillips, Credit Suisse, Drax Power, DTEK Power Trade, EFT Group, ExxonMobil, Freepoint Commodities Europe, Gazprom, Goldman Sachs, Koch Energy Europe, Macquarie Bank, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Noble Clean Fuels, Petronas Energy Trading, Shell Energy Trading, Statoil, Total

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  1. ^ EFET Statement of Activities, on the EFET Website (Retrieved in September 2014)
  2. ^ EFET Member companies on the EFET website