SINGAPORE (Reuters) – From banks of screens and giant phones in the office, energy traders worldwide are adapting to a laptop in the bedroom — and it’s going surprisingly well.

Working from home has become the new norm in the oil trading hubs of Singapore, London and New York as governments encourage physical distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus.

While some energy companies have long had facilities in place to allow off-site access to trading platforms and other technology, others are rapidly installing key equipment and communication systems for the bulk of their trading teams.

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