The ARGUS seasonal NOx allowance price assessments
The Argus price assessments for US Cross-State Air Pollution Rule group 2 and group 3 ozone season NOx allowances provide an independent price benchmark for the US EPA’s programs to reduce emissions from power plants during the summer months.
Prices are published daily as part of Argus Air Daily.
Benefits of the ARGUS seasonal NOx allowance price assessments
With extensive experience in pricing NOx and SO2 allowances in North America, Argus provides the market with a regular and reliable price benchmark for trading.
Because of the more-stringent nature of the new group 3 NOx program, allowance prices are expected to remain relatively high, making it more important to have an independent price reference. As well as publishing the price assessments, Argus’ daily news and market analysis keeps you updated on surrounding developments and the latest regulatory changes.
Argus collects market information, including trades, bids and offers, from a broad range of market participants to inform the assessment.
Users of the ARGUS seasonal NOx allowance price assessments
These prices are used by power plant operators and referred to by coal producers. Traders involved in North American environmental markets also benefit from the independent price and view of the markets.
- Frequency: Daily
- Specification: US $/st
Argus group 2 and group 3 ozone season NOx allowance prices represent the cost of an allowance to emit one short ton of material during the named period. Prices are valid for all states within the group.
View the Argus Air Daily methodology for more.
How to access Argus seasonal NOx allowance price assessments
Published as part of the Argus Air Daily service, you can access Argus group 2 and group 3 NOx allowance price assessments on the Argus Direct interactive platform, have the price delivered via a datafeed or Argus Direct for Spreadsheets, receive it via one of our third-party partners or get it direct to your inbox within the daily report.