Event date: 26 – 28 May 2015
Event Venue: Montjuic1, Palau de Congressos, Barcelona
Visit ICIS stand at A125, Hall 5
At the stand, meet ICIS analysts and account managers, who will be happy to chat with you. We will be showcasing our Almanac product and EU ETS portal. Join us at our stand as we will be hosting a drinks reception on 26 May at 4:30pmMeet the ICIS team at Carbon Expo »
The 112-page Almanac provides a top-level view of global efforts to combat climate change with cap-and-trade systems, highlights key design characteristics of the different schemes worldwide, and includes breakout stories and spotlight articles discussing specific system features and overarching issues related to emissions trading.
27 May, 1pm, meeting room 12
Presented by Philipp Ruf, Lead EU analyst at ICIS
The seminar will provide trade-active carbon market professionals with exclusive insights into the key factors driving carbon price developments. The focus of the event is to discuss the overall functions and key design features of emissions trading systems around the world, including the European, California, RGGI, Chinese and South Korean markets, and how they impact the price forecasting approach.Key topics include:
EU ETS portal
You can also take this opportunity to meet our market experts and discuss how you can make more profitable trading decisions using our market intelligence EU ETS Portal.The EU ETS Portal is a web-based data solution that features:
Jan is the director market analysis and heads the carbon analytics at ICIS Tschach Solutions. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. .
Judith is the lead analyst for the US (RGGI, California/Quebec) markets at ICIS Tschach Solutions, as well as the key contact for international offset markets. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Jian is the director for the ICIS Tschach Solutions carbon analytics business in China. He heads the team analysing the pilot schemes implemented in China, as well as the upcoming national scheme. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Philipp is the lead analyst for the EU ETS at ICIS Tschach Solutions. He heads the EU carbon analytics team. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Yann is a senior analyst in the EU carbon analytics team at ICIS Tschach Solutions. He is mainly responsible for the policy analysis and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vincent is an analyst in the EU carbon analytics team at ICIS Tschach Solutions. He works on fundamental analysis with a special focus on emissions forecasting for the European power sector. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Stefan is an analyst in the EU carbon analytics team at ICIS Tschach Solutions. He focuses on qualitative analysis and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Justin is the key account manager at ICIS for the carbon business.
He can be reached at email@example.com.
Simon Platt is the Product Director for ICIS. He is responsible for setting and delivering the product vision and commercial goals for the ICIS Energy business.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although significant changes to the regulatory framework of RGGI were implemented prior to January 1, 2015, their full effect will be felt in this control period. The updated Model Rule will significantly impact both the fundamentals and the behaviour of market participants in the third control period.
This report sheds light on the impact of the current policy scenarios under discussion in the Parliament and the Council in the context of the Market Stability Reserve (MSR). ICIS analysts look at the key elements which will determine the functioning and the level of ambition of the MSR including the start date, treatment of back-loading volumes, thresholds and response rate as well as other design parameters.
ICIS analysts expect the price of CCAs to hover around the floor price throughout the next 7 quarters before increasing in 2017. In addition to looking at the upcoming auction, market participants are awaiting the results of several recently introduced bills that could significantly impact AB 32.
The South Korea ETS Monthy Briefing report provides a look back and forward at the South Korean ETS with a review and outlook. The outlook contains four sections: fundamentals, policy, behaviour, and trade.
ICIS analysts partnered with Hanergy Carbon Asset Management to produce this 18 page look at the essentials of Chinese Certified Emission Reduction (CCER). This report provides an introduction, discussion of the basics, CCER project analysis, supply and demand for CCERs, and a conclusion. Also included is a list of approved third party verification companies.