Aviation Carbon Trading Masterclass
26th June 2012 – The Tower Hotel London
A one-day training course for aviation managers, environmental managers, finance managers, attorneys and anyone else with an interest in finding out how the various emission trading schemes affect aircraft operators and aviation-related companies and how to manage carbon exposure.
The news has been dominated by headlines concerning the ensuing trade war between the European Union and the rest of the world over the inclusion of airlines into the EU Emissions Trading Scheme. Regardless of the political and legal wrangling happening on the wider stage, almost all airlines flying into the EU are now subject to the ETS and may need to buy carbon credits to offset their emissions. Even though aircraft operators have been granted generous allowances, these benefits will reduce over time and the most forward-thinking operators are looking more long-term about their carbon hedging and commercial strategies. To help operators in this quest, Airline Economics is hosting a carbon trading masterclass where attendees can benefit from the experience and knowledge of carbon experts from around the world.
How does it Work?
The Masterclass is restricted to a limited number of delegates, who will work together in groups under expert facilitation to help better understand the impact of the EU ETS on the aviation industry, develop effective carbon hedging and commercial strategies in order to keep one step ahead of the competition, while also gaining an in-depth knowledge of the mechanics of the carbon markets.
The Masterclass will be held on 26th June 2012 at The Tower, St. Katherine’s Way, London E1W 1LD
Attendance at the Masterclass requires pre-registration and costs £495 + VAT per delegate.
Contact Victoria Tozer-Pennington for more information and to reserve your place. Email: email@example.com Telephone +44 (0) 56 0053 3620
Masterclass Agenda and Contents
|08h30||Registration, Welcome and Introductions|
|09h00||What is carbon emissions trading?
Speakers: Andreas Arvanitakis, Point Carbon
• The current political landscape
• An introduction to the European Emissions Trading Scheme
• A look at the current political and legal challenges to the EU ETS and predictions for its future operation
• Other schemes around the world: Australia, New Zealand, South Korea etc –
how airlines are/will be affected
• Work towards a global emissions trading mechanism
|11h15||Coffee and networking break|
|11h30||Carbon market dynamics
Speaker: Mark Meyrick, Eneco Carbon Trade
• Global update on the carbon markets
• How the carbon markets operate
• Carbon market historical performance and future outlook
• Carbon trading case studies from firms in other markets: the winners and the
|14h00||Developing a carbon trading strategy:
Speakers: Jan Willem Beukers and Remco Faas, Eneco Energy Trade
• Airline carbon trading and hedging products
• Carbon pricing: historical trends and future predictions
• Common pitfalls in trading carbon
• Commercial carbon strategies: carbon surcharges
• Managing a carbon hedging strategy in the short-, mid- and long-term
|15h30||Coffee and networking break|
|16h00||Carbon emissions and reporting requirements
Speaker: Philip Mossop and Andy Pickersgill, Carbon Guerilla
|17h30||Summary and Masterclass close|