EU Emissions Trading 2009: carbon opportunities in a challenging economy (EUET09)

Venue: Sheraton Brussels Hotel & Towers

Location: Brussels, Belgium

Event Date/Time: Jul 09, 2009 End Date/Time: Jul 10, 2009
Registration Date: Jul 03, 2009
Early Registration Date: May 29, 2009
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Attend this high-profile conference to hear top emissions trading specialists share their knowledge of how to maximise opportunities in Phase II, and prepare for Phase III, of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme in light of the economic recession and international negotiations on climate change.


• Keynote speaker
– Artur Runge-Metzger, Head of International Climate Negotiations, European Commission who will give the European Commission’s view on international negotiations on climate change - outcomes from the UN meeting in Bonn on 1-12 June and expectations for Copenhagen in December.

• Keynote speaker – Henry Derwent, President & CEO, IETA

• 25+ top-level speakers from industry & government - including senior representatives from Deutsche Bank, Cemex, Dow Chemical, Natixis, Nomura International, GDF Suez, Vattenfall, Swiss Re and many more!

• Highly interactive format – full of panel sessions so you can discuss all the issues important to you and your business.

• Packed agenda – covering topics such as:
• Phase II – review and assessment of its implementation
• Carbon trading in a recession
• EU ETS and global trends in carbon trading
• Implementing the energy and climate package – does the legislative package offer enough certainty for investment decisions within the EU? Will the 2020 targets be achievable?
• Where next for carbon prices?
• Power sector exposure
• Carbon trading in Eastern European states
• Evolution and likely shape of the EU ETS beyond 2012
• Preparations of the aviation sector for entering the EU ETS in 2012 and likely impact on EUA prices
• CDM credits and the EU ETS
• Financial instruments linked to carbon allowances
• Legal and regulatory issues for Phase II and Phase III
• Emissions verification – lessons learnt and the way forward

• Superb networking opportunities – meet and build profitable partnerships with other participants.


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