In the Media
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Onyx Capital Group were named as Finalists for the S&P Global Platts "Global Energy Awards 2020"
Our CEO Greg Newman gave his thoughts on the future of benchmarks in oil markets to the Wall Street Journal
Our CEO Greg Newman joined Patrick Hayes, VP for the Americas at Inatech to discuss the latest themes impacting the global oil market
Andy Critchlow, head of news in EMEA for S&P Global Platts, catches up with Greg Newman, CEO of London-based prop trader Onyx Capital Group to discuss the evolving role and influence of financial traders in the oil market
After the chaos that saw WTI prices turned negative, Kit Chellel of Bloomberg wrote of a group of traders who profited from the abrupt fall, and asked CEO of Onyx Capital Group Greg Newman for a quote for his article.
Onyx Capital Advisory research product Onyx Insight placed highly in the Energy Risk.net rankings
Onyx Capital Group was recognised by Energy Risk Awards for its sharp growth trajectory as a multi faceted operation
Onyx Commodities wins against some very tough competition to win Risk.net top award.
CEO Greg Newman joins Aaron Fifield as a returning guest to discuss current themes in the oil markets
In just four years, Onyx Capital Group has become the largest provider of liquidity in energy derivatives.
After Saudi Aramco oil facilities were attacked over the weekend, Reuters asked a panel of experts what they believed would follow in the oil markets. CEO Greg Newman gives his estimations on key benchmark contracts.
Previous oil supply disruptions in Libya have seen replacement barrel pulled from the North Sea into the Med, according to a presentation from research firm Onyx Advisory.
We are proud to announce that our Co-CEO, Greg Newman, has been invited on a panel discussion at GEPEC covering the rise of US crude exports and its impact on the World stage.
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Crude differential in the North Sea has eased as buying fades in Asia and the outlook for Eastern demand in the coming months 'remains tepid' according to a report from Onyx Advisory.