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Don’t Leave Hedging to Wall Street — Energy Clients Are Saving Billions

At a time of market volatility and skyrocketing energy commodity prices, we see more and more clients taking advantage of any opportunity to hedge risks and enhance profitability. For many of our downstream industry clients, this can include hedging risks when it comes to their fuel costs.

Recently, Financial Times shared how “four fuel traders took on Wall Street and saved $1.2bn” through their hedging program in 2022. Surprisingly, according to the article, currently only two major U.S. airlines hedge their fuel exposure. There are 59 airlines in the United States today.

We see numerous companies across many industries that benefit from hedging not only fuel, but additional commodities to keep a ceiling on rising raw material costs — from airlines and supermarkets to apparel producers and fueling stations.

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