2016 GHG MARKET Report
IETA is proud to present its GHG Market Report for 2016/2017, entitled “Bridging the Ambition Gap: The Rise, Reach and Power of Carbon Markets.”
With the Paris Agreement entering legal force on November 4, the day after the Report’s publication, the global fight against climate change entered a new era.
From 2020 a new set of market mechanisms will take up the challenge of reducing greenhouse gas emissions at lowest cost. Our 20167/2017 report considers the lessons of the past and offers constructive support to lawmakers as they craft the markets of the future.
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Full Contents of the GHG Market Report 2016-2017Opening Statement: The Rise, Reach and Power of a Global Market - Dirk Forrister, President and CEO, IETA
Rising Up To New OpportunitiesThe Different Approaches to Carbon Markets - Ged Farmer, Technical Manager, LRQA
Reaching Out to New PartnersChina’s National ETS: It’s Not How it Starts, But How it Ends - Renato Roldao, Consulting Director, ICF
What the Global Cap-and-Trade Community Can Learn From the EU ETS - Jan Ahrens, Philipp Ruf, ICIS-Tschach Solutions
New Zealand’s Emissions Trading System: The Third Review - Emily J. Spears, Loh Hao Ming, BP Energy Asia
Powering Ambition With CooperationArticle 6 of the Paris Agreement: Revisiting Global Emissions Accounting - David Hone, Shell
2016/17 EDITORIAL COMMITTEE
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expresses its gratitude to all authors who have contributed to this
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IETA would also like to thank our sponsors, Dentons, EEX and Shell.
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EEX Group provides the central market platform for energy, energy related and commodity products. The Group’s offering for the energy markets comprises contracts on power, natural gas and coal as well as related products such as emission allowances and guarantees of origin. EEX Group provides access to global commodity markets including oil, freight and metals as well as agricultural products. Clearing and settlement of all transactions are provided by the clearing house European Commodity Clearing (ECC). In total, it connects over 450 trading participants from more than 30 countries. With offices in 14 locations world-wide, EEX Group ensures optimal support for their customers on site.
EEX is a member of Deutsche Börse Group. For further information, please see www.eex.com
Contact: Katrin Berken, Head of Corporate Communications & Marketing, Katrin.Berken@eex.com
Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies. Our headquarters in The Hague, the Netherlands. The parent company of the Shell group is Royal Dutch Shell plc, which is incorporated in England and Wales. Our strategy seeks to reinforce our position as a leader in the oil and gas industry in order to provide a competitive shareholder return while helping to meet global energy demand in a responsible way. In Upstream, we focus on exploring for new oil and gas reserves and developing major projects where our technology and know-how adds value to the resource holders. In Downstream, our emphasis remains on sustained gas generation from our existing assets and selective investments in growth markets.
Contact: Mark Downes, CO2 Communications Manager, M.Downes@shell.com