World Water Exchange
Launching a suite of Indices to facilitate price discovery and transparency in various grades of water
Providing commoditised derivative formats for cash settled water products to trade on trading venues & exchanges
Focused on areas around the globe where water is actively traded OTC
Developing framework agreements to govern and standardise physical water trades
World Water Exchange aims to facilitate price discovery and transparency of water by building a global suite of water indices to support transactions and hedging of physical water needs in key geographical areas.
Our planet’s water imbalance and the massive differences in how the “right to water” is considered, will not begin to be corrected until the value of water around the world is transparent and accessible to those who would buy, sell, transport and facilitate both the commodity and the infrastructure that supports it.
World Water Exchange is the catalyst in the democratisation of water and the creation and modernisation of global water trade.
It is not unreasonable to assume that with finite supply, increased demand for water could have a very significant, not to say, explosive effect on the water price. It has never been more important for those with exposure to water price volatility, to have the ability to hedge that risk.
World Water Exchange, brings transparency, tracking and hedging opportunities for water users, and those wanting exposure to water
Being able to put a price on water will facilitate transactions, provide certainty to users and bring transparency to an often opaque market
Investors need to know the price of water in order to begin planning and financing water projects on a truly commrcial scale. World Water Exchange provides this data.
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