03 March - 04 March 2020
Lisbon, Portugal

Argus Emissions Conference

Registration for Argus Emissions Conference is now open

The Argus Emissions Conference will take place on 3-4 March 2020 in Lisbon, Portugal. The agenda will focus on every aspect of emissions that affect your business: market analysis and the factors affecting the carbon price, compliance with ETS regulation, maintaining the competitiveness of European industry, sustainability and investment, emission abatement technologies and the energy transition.

The Argus Emissions Conference is attended by market-leading experts ranging from power traders, policymakers, industry leaders, utilities, analysts, innovative technology companies and NGOs. 

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Key themes 2020

Energy - smoke

Our expert speakers will provide you with a clear understanding of how the carbon price behaves, and how external factors – such as Brexit and the German energy transition – can be expected to affect that price.

Wind - energy

Our panelist are here to guide you as we near the MSR Review of 2021. Learn what your business must expect and how you can prepare.

Renewable energy

As Europe pursues decarbonisation, one of the biggest worries for European industry is losing competitiveness against other parts in the world. Argus Emissions Marksts considers this to be one of the biggest questions our continent faces over the next decade. Your industrial panel tackles this issue directly and will analyse what can and should be done to protect our industry to ensure it remains profitable.

Energy - tram

From biomass to hydrogen, sector coupling to negative emissions, Argus Emissions Markets examines the strategies and conversations which shall define European climate policy as we move towards net-zero.

Your 2020 speakers include:

Nanne Visser't Hooft
Nanne Visser 't Hooft
Director Cross Commodity, Vattenfall Energy Trading GmbH
Jan Kloczko
Jan Kłoczko
Portfolio Manager, PGNiG
Guido Pasternack
Guido Pasternack
Senior Energy Policy Advisor, Uniper
Hans Christian Henne
Hans-Christian Henne
Senior Manager Corporate Energy and Climate Affairs, Aurubis AG
Alexandre Affre
Alexandre Affre
Director of Industrial Affairs, Business Europe

Who you'll meet

Companies that attend:

China Carbon • Alco Group • Drax • Dow Chemicals • ADM international • European Investment Bank • ExxonMobil • German Emissions Trading Authority • AitherCO2 • Heineken • CAL Cargo Airlines • Axpo Trading • BASF • BayernLB • Belektron • Bergen Energi • European Parliament • BG Group • Biofilica Investimentos Ambientais • CEMEX • SinoCarbon • State of Vermont • BP • F and N Pharma • CBR International Services • EDP Energias de Portugal • Sandbag Climate Campaign • Commerzbank • Commonwealth Bank of Australia • Corendon Airlines • Belgian Federal Public Service of Health • DEG - Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft • Energijos Tiekimas • DELTA Energy • Austrian Federal Economic Chamber • Dom Maklerski Consus • EcoWay • Danish Business Authority • Energie Steiermark • Finnish Energy Industries • Energy Consulting Allgau • HeidelbergCement • European Environmental Markets • EEX in cooperation with IncubEx • Fundacja ClientEarth Poland • Gazprom Marketing & Trading • GE Power & Water • Societe Generale • European Commission • LafargeHolcim • ICE Futures Europe • Jefferies Bache • JEPIC • Environmental Defense Fund • JP Elektroprivreda Srbije • Nehme Commodities • ORTADOĞU ENERJİ SANAYİ VE TİCARET • Vertis Environmental Finance • Virtuse Energy • Vattenfall • South Pole Group • PwC • Royal Bank of Canada • Mitsui Bussan Commodities • RWE Npower • Saint-Gobain Gypsum • SHV Gas Supply & Risk Management • IEA • Eneco Energy Trade • Statkraft • Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC) • STX • Syneco • Mercuria • Koch Supply & Trading • Thyssenkrupp • EDF Trading • Total Refining & Chemicals • UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change) • Permian Global Research • Neochim PLC • RheinEnergie • VerifAvia  • Stora Enso • Yara International • Hartree Partners • Enel • Shell
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