Day in the life of an Energy Trader: An employee of Chevron Nicole Oakes, is a crude supply and trading manager for their Latin America team, she shows us what life is like on the trading room floor.
What does an Energy Trader do?
An energy trader deals with such commodities as oil, liquid or natural gas and electricity shares on the power grid. They act as a broker for buyers and sellers of these commodities. Energy traders use software programmes and analytical tools to help determine which way the energy prices might be headed.
How to become an Energy Trader?
How much do they earn?
The national average salary for an Energy Trader is around £51,000 according to GlassDoor. At the high end you are looking to earn over £100,000 and at the low end around £31,000. So if you like the look of a day in the life of an energy trader, you can make some serious money.
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