Energy Company Call to Action
Prepare now for the Dodd-Frank Act
The Dodd-Frank Act makes the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) an important new energy regulator, transforming business practices. The CFTC chairman has announced plans to adopt some of the final rules by end of Q2 2011, with completed rules adopted by Q3 2011. The new rules will have important implications for energy companies or companies that hedge significant quantities of energy. As the CFTC finalizes its rules, what are the questions energy companies should ask? And how should they prepare for the new regulations?
Deloitte's regulatory and energy-trading specialists highlight important Dodd-Frank mandates and the CFTC's plans for implementation. To help companies understand the impacts, Deloitte features a timeline titled Dodd-Frank Energy Industry Countdown --both to help companies learn the questions they should ask when determining their needs and to list Deloitte's capabilities and experience.