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NYMEX ACCESS was an international after-hours trading system offered by the New York Mercantile Exchange. The Exchange provided the user with the computer hardware equipment, software, and services. ACCESS stands for American Computerized Commodity Exchange System and Services.

NYMEX Division contracts were delisted from NYMEX ACCESS on the August 6, 2007. Market participants who wanted to establish their own direct connection to CME Globex were required to make arrangements with their clearing firm/s and a third-party systems provider/s. Trading also continues to be conducted through any firm that is connected to CME Group.[1]