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German CO2 auctions set to resume in Feb: European Commission

German auctions of carbon dioxide allowances are expected to resume in February, the European Commission said late Monday, after a halt since November 2018 due to licensing issues.

read more... 08/01/2019


Daily (03.01.2019): Carbon prices settled close to September’s 10-year high on Wednesday in a choppy session

Oil prices ended higher in a choppy trading on Wednesday. The modest rally of the US equity markets lent support to oil prices. Gains were capped, however, by concerns over weakening global economic growth and a supply glut.

read more... 03/01/2019


Shell announces major pivot to green energy

Royal Dutch Shell revealed an ambitious plan to double its investments in green energy in what appears to be the next phase in the oil giant’s efforts to decarbonize.

read more... 27/12/2018


Daily (12.12.2018): Carbon prices slumped by more than 3% on Tuesday

Oil prices rose slightly on Tuesday, due to weaker equity markets and worries about a possible U.S. government closure following Trump’s declaration related to the Mexican Border Wall. Brent crude edged 0.4% higher at $60.2 a barrel. Additionally, Libya's National Oil Company (NOC) stated that a force majeure situation occurred at the nation's major oilfield. WTI crude soared by 1.3% to $51.65 a barrel.

read more... 12/12/2018


Europe ‘powers towards decarbonisation by 2045’

Europe’s power sector could be fully decarbonised by as early as 2045.

read more... 27/11/2018