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Feb

IEF-KAPSARC High Level Roundtable on Carbon Markets and CCE Investment (International Energy Fourm + King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center)

20th Feb

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Leadership Roundtable Discussion: The Role of Carbon Markets in Transitions

The roundtable aims to explore how newly evolving carbon markets and greenhouse gas crediting mechanisms can provide reliable market incentives for scaling investment in CCE technologies, including Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS), Bioenergy with CCS (BECCS) and Direct Air Capture and Storage (DACS).
When empowered by carbon markets, these additional solutions can scale CCE technologies in high-impact economies and generate better verifiable carbon abatement data to allocate climate and private sector finance faster. This will ensure more equitable, cost-effective, market-driven, clean technology deployment that bridges global divisions and reduces the costs of transitions.

Dialogue Focus:
1. What do COP 28 Global Stocktake and the intergovernmental negotiations mean for net-zero greenhouse gas emission reductions and sustainable development goals?
2. Is investment in CCUS, DACS, and BECCS on the right trajectory to narrow the carbon abatement gap and bridge growing divisions—What else is needed beyond government support?
3. How can carbon markets, both voluntary and regulated, unlock investment and climate finance in CCE technologies to optimize and accelerate transitions?
4. What has been achieved in enhancing carbon market transparency—what does the journey towards robust and readily comparable carbon data and accounting methods look like?”

20

Feb

Pratima Rangarajan Pratima Rangarajan
Pratima Rangarajan Pratima Rangarajan

Dr Pratima Rangarajan

CEO, Climate Investment

20

Feb

PEI’s Responsible Investment Forum NYC

20th Feb

15:45 ET

New York City

Panel Discussion: Impact in decarbonization and climate investing

  • What investment opportunities has the IRA legislation enabled?
  • Which types of assets are promising to deliver carbon abatement and sequestration?
  • How are funds measuring their climate impact?

20

Feb

James Mackey James Mackey
James Mackey James Mackey

James Mackey

Managing Director

21

Feb

14th IEA-IEF-OPEC Symposium on Energy Outlooks

21st Feb

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Panel Discussion: Long Term Perspectives

Policy and Energy Market Incentives to Reach Shared Goals
Substantial energy investment is needed to meet rising energy demand from population growth and urbanization sustainably and respond to calls for greater social economic inclusion. The UN Climate Conferences underscore that there is no sustainable future without raising the level of ambition to reduce global emissions. How do assumptions that inform long-term energy outlooks differ in relation to climate policy and sustainable development goals. How do they affect market incentives to invest in net-zero carbon management technologies? How can producers and consumers calibrate energy and climate policies to accelerate orderly and just transitions?

Session Moderator: Jamie Webster, Partner and Associate Director, Center for Energy Impact, BCG

Confirmed Speakers

  • Roberto Ardenghy, Executive Director, Instituto Brasileiro de Petróleo e Gás (IBP)
  • Adam C. Simon, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, University of Michigan
  • Peter Wood, Chief Energy Adviser, Shell
  • Ken Koyama, Managing Director, Chief Economist, Strategy Research Unit, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ)

21

Feb

Matthew Matthew
Matthew Matthew

Matthew Harwood

Chief Strategy Officer