Argus is an independent media organisation serving global energy and related commodity industries. Its main activities comprise publishing market reports containing price assessments; market commentary and news, and business intelligence reports that analyse market and industry trends.
As a corporate function, Argus maintains an active public policy programme in order to keep abreast of relevant public policy developments internationally. Argus undertakes advocacy on public policy issues principally to promote transparent and efficient wholesale commodity markets and to ensure that independent media organisations such as itself can continue to bring transparency to these markets through effective media reporting.
Argus is committed to transparency in its own operations including through making public its submissions and responses to public consultations.
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Recent Argus responses to public consultations
Iosco consultation on principles for financial benchmarks — May 2013
Argus responds to an International Organization of Securities Commissions (Iosco) consultation on draft principles for financial benchmarks.
Esma-EBA consultation on EU benchmark-setting processes — February 2013
Argus responds to a joint consultation paper from the European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma) and European Banking Authority (EBA) on principles for benchmark-setting processes in the EU.
Iosco consultation on financial benchmarks — February 2013
Argus responds to an International Organization of Securities Commissions (Iosco) consultation on financial benchmarks.
Ferc Notice of Inquiry on enhanced natural gas market transparency — February 2013
Argus responds to a US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Ferc) Notice of Inquiry regarding possible additional reporting requirements to facilitate market transparency in US wholesale natural gas markets.
California ARB consultation on information sharing proposal — February 2013
Argus responds to a California Air Resources Board consultative proposal on information sharing in California’s cap-and-trade programme.
View other Argus submissions and related documents since May 2009