Date: 9-10 May 2017
Venue: Grand Salon, Dominican Hotel, Brussels
Over the past few months, emissions trading systems (ETS) around the world have experienced significant volatility. The reform of the EU ETS Post-2020 is taking shape, the UK is taking its first steps towards Brexit and high-stakes elections in the Netherlands, France and Germany could change the course of the bloc in the year to come. At the same time, carbon markets in the west and east are growing: In North America a new cap and trade scheme has started in Ontario, and in Asia, China is committed to the launch of its national ETS later this year.
Join ICIS analysts for this two-day event as they provide an update on the state of play in key emissions trading schemes around the globe. They will explain recent developments and give their outlook on how regulation and markets are expected to develop.
Be part of the forum and gain insights into the behind-closed-doors negotiations that are shaping the European, North American and Chinese market landscapes.
You will have access to valuable networking opportunities with key market participants including policymakers, industry leaders, analysts and traders. With Carbon Expo no longer taking place, this is where you go for carbon market networking.
We are pleased to let you know Ian Duncan, Member of European Parliament, will be joining us on 9 May. He will give an update on the current process of the Post-2020 reform negotiation. Ian is the European Parliament’s (EP) key negotiator in the current EU inter-institutional trilogue negotiations of the EUETS Post-2020 reform. A Scottish MEP of the ECR political group, he has managed to bring a multitude of opposing views together and to agree to an ambitious reform package within the EP.
Analyst - EU Carbon Markets
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Business Director Carbon Market Analytics
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EU Power and Carbon Analytics
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Chinese Carbon Markets
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Chinese Carbon Markets
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Member of European Parliament
Rapporteur and key Parliament negotiator in trilogues on the Post-2020 reform, European Conservatives and Reformists Group
Eurelectric Manager for Generation, Climate & Environment.
Koen has five years of strategic policy experience in European climate and energy policy.
EU Policy Director for the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA).
Julia joined IETA after several years of EU climate policy experience in the NGO sector, including the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM).
Director for Futureproof Consulting, a research and public affairs consultancy specialising in climate change and carbon budgets.
Previously, Damien has been Head of Policy for Sandbag.
Policy Executive for FuelsEurope.
Jean is in charge of refinery operations, air quality, energy and climate policies.
Carbon and Environmental Products Trader at Hartree Partners
He has been working in the carbon market since 2001.
Date: Tuesday, 9th May
We hope you can attend our complimentary networking event and meet with traders, industry leaders and ICIS analysts. The event is sponsored by EEX and it will be held in the evening after the ICIS Carbon Forum.
After the European Parliament and the European Council agreed on their respective positions on the Post-2020 reform of the EU ETS in February, the two co-legislator need to find common grounds in so called trilogue discussions with the European Commission.
The date of the very first trilogues meeting between the European Parliament, Council of the EU and the Commission will take place on 4 April.
On Tuesday, 28 February 2017, EU member states decided in a dramatic Environment Council meeting on a compromise (General Approach) regarding the Post-2020 reform of the EU ETS. The outcome builds the negotiation mandate for the Maltese Presidency in inter-institutional negotiations, so called trilogues, with the European Parliament and the European Commission.