ExxonMobil REMIT disclosures: other market messages
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Last updated: [11/06/2012] at [13:00] GMT
Regulation on Wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency REMIT overview
REMIT Disclosure Obligations
The European Union Regulation on Wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency (No 1227/2011) (“REMIT”) came into force on 28th December 2011. REMIT provides a market abuse framework for wholesale energy markets and, amongst other things, requires market participants to publically disclose inside information that they and their parent and related undertakings possess in relation to facilities and businesses that they or their affiliates own, operate or control, partly or wholly.
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