Evolution of the Australian Carbon Market – lessons from commodity and financial markets (Sydney)

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Sydney Australia

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Join the Carbon Market Institute for the launch of Evolution of the Australian Carbon Market: lessons from commodity and financial markets authored by PwC.

From its beginning with a fixed price for carbon units from 1 July 2012 through to the commenceme.t of an emissions trading scheme on 1 July 2015, the evolutionary pathway of the Australian carbon market will be closely monitored by market participants and a range of various stakeholders.

Incorporating lessons learned from commodity and financial markets, this report explores an array of factors likely to influence the evolution of the Australian carbon market. Analysing these factors will assist carbon market participants to better manage their risk and realise opportunity in this fast evolving market.

MELBOURNE - 12 July, 8.30 am to 10.30 am

Presenters: John Tomac, Partner – Sustainability and Climate Change, PwC, Nick James, Director - Risk and Capital Management, PwC

Panellists: Leslie Hosking – Chairman of Carbon Market Institute and former MD and CEO of Sydney Futures Exchange, Ken Edwards - Head of Trading, Carbon Banc, Lloyd Vas - Markets and Research Manager, Carbon Market Institute

SYDNEY - 13 July, 11.30 am to 1.30 pm

Presenters:  John Tomac, Partner – Sustainability and Climate Change, PwC, Nick James, Director - Risk and Capital Management, PwC

Panellists: Tim Nelson - Head of Economics, Policy and Sustainability, AGL, Adam Goern – Senior Manager OTC Markets, Financial and Energy Exchange Group (FEX), Emma Herd – Executive Director Emissions and Environment, Westpac Institutional Bank

PERTH - 27 July, 12.00 pm to 2.00 pm

Presenters:  John Tomac, Partner – Sustainability and Climate Change, PwC, Nick James, Director - Risk and Capital Management, PwC

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Secure your place at the Melbourne and Sydney events by emailingrsvp@carbonmarketinstitute.org by Monday 9 July 2012 or by 25 July for the Perth event.

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Supporting Organisations

ABB
Asia Plantation Capital
Diamond Energy
Basf
City Developments Ltd
DNV-GL
Geocycle
Sindicatum
Olam