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|| How ADX Energy is hedging its oil position

ADX Energy, Australian-based Europe-focussed energy producer, has announced its hedging strategy for its Vienna basin fields on 10-Jan-2022

Specifically it has executed hedging transactions with BP for a zero collar contract with a pricing floor at USD 73.00 per barrel (put option strike price) and a cap at USD 82.60 per barrel (call option strike price). Period is for January to April 2022. More details in this PDF and news story

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