Carbon Pulse coverage of Argus Emissions Markets 2016 conference

Published 16:21 on March 3, 2016  /  Last updated at 16:28 on March 4, 2016  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Herein is a summary of Carbon Pulse’s coverage of the Argus Emissions Markets 2016 conference.

Below is a summary of Carbon Pulse’s coverage of the Argus Emissions Markets 2016 conference.

No further fixes for EU carbon market before MSR launch, says European Commission official

The European Commission will not propose further measures to address low carbon prices or the oversupply in the EU ETS before 2020, a senior Commission official said Wednesday.

MEP Duncan targets EUAs of €30, but still expects price-boosting efforts to fail

EU carbon prices must return to levels near €30 in order to fix the bloc’s ETS, according to UK MEP Ian Duncan, though he admitted lawmakers were unlikely to alter the main price-boosting reforms currently on the table.

Global airline deal to pave way for international carbon trade as countries move slowly

A global carbon market mechanism for aviation is being tipped to shape international emissions trade as governments are likely to move more slowly in crafting new measures under the Paris Agreement, a conference heard on Wednesday.

Carbon whodunit: Macro factors, utilities, speculators seen as culprits in EUA price crash mystery

The recent 40% collapse in EU carbon prices was triggered by worsening macroeconomic conditions, and exacerbated by speculative selling and changes in utility hedging strategies.

Second ex-Mercuria emissions trader joins Hartree Partners

A second emissions trader has joined the London office of Hartree Partners LP after leaving Mercuria.

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