Thrive in Five: How will the market incorporate carbon?

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Thrive in Five: How will the market incorporate carbon?

Join Deb Ryan, Head of Strategic Commodities within the Centre of Emissions Excellence at S&P Global Commodity Insights as she discusses how will the market incorporate carbon?

Deb explains that we are trying to answer 2 major questions. Will someone pay a premium for a low carbon premium? And What would that premium be?
In order to do this we need to address the challenge of getting alignment on what the carbon intensity is of the underlying commodity. Only then can the market figure out how to incorporate carbon into trading and financial transactions.

Specifications Guide Carbon Intensity Assessments | S&P Global Commodity Insights

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