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Fixed Price Contract

  • A Fixed Price contract is when a customer is given a price that remains constant regardless of market volatility in return for a commitment of volume over an agreed period.
  • During this period, the price will remain at the agreed level and will never increase when the market does.
  • This suits businesses that need to manage their costs and enables them to budget with confidence.

Capped Price Contract

  • A Capped Price contract is when a customer is given a price that has a ceiling regardless of market volatility in return for a commitment of volume over an agreed period.
  • During this period, the price will never increase past the agreed limit when the market rises but if the market drops, the price will follow the market down thus benefitting from a lower market.
  • This suits businesses that need to manage their costs and enables them to budget with the added confidence that they will never pay more than agreed but may benefit from the falling market.

Capped and Collared Contract

  • A Capped and Collared Price contract is when a customer is given a price that has a ceiling and floor limit regardless of market volatility in return for a commitment of volume over an agreed period.
  • During this period, the price will never increase past the agreed limit when the market rises but if the market drops, will follow the market down but only as far as the agreed lower limit.
  • This suits businesses that need to manage their costs and enables them to budget with the added confidence that they will never pay more than agreed but may benefit from the falling market to their floor limit.

Weekly Lagged Pricing

  • Weekly Lagged Pricing works on a contracted basis for an agreed volume.
  • The price is based on the average (closing) market price of the previous week (5 working days).
  • This way the customer knows their price for the coming week by mid-morning on the Monday.

Monthly Lagged Pricing

  • Monthly Lagged Pricing works on a contracted basis for an agreed volume.
  • The price is based on the average (closing) market price of the previous month.
  • This way the customer knows their price for the coming month by mid-morning on the first day of the month.