14 March - 16 March 2023
Sarawak, Malaysia

Asia Carbon Conference

Featured speakers include:

James Larmouth
Head of Carbon Trading , Vitol
James is the Head of Carbon Trading for Vitol Asia, covering the Asia Pacific region. Vitol are the world’s largest independent Energy Trader, active in global Energy markets for over 55 years - a business built on long-term partnerships, a focus on delivering solutions and prudent financial management. James has more than 10 years’ experience in international carbon...
James is the Head of Carbon Trading for Vitol Asia, covering the Asia Pacific region. Vitol are the world’s largest independent Energy Trader, active in global Energy markets for over 55 years - a business built on long-term partnerships, a focus on delivering solutions and prudent financial management. James has more than 10 years’ experience in international carbon markets. Prior to Vitol, James ran Shell’s Environmental Products Trading Business covering South East Asia and Oceania. He has extensive experience of compliance carbon markets in Europe and Asia Pacific, including the structuring of innovative products to meet customers’ carbon requirements across both Voluntary and Regulated markets.
Adam Nye
VP Business Development, Argus
Adam joined the Argus Media business development team in April 2022 to lead the development of a pricing & reporting product for the voluntary carbon markets. After spending the earlier part of his career with Enron and Williams Energy in physical oil trading & distribution, Adam spent 10 years in the commodities group at Morgan Stanley working with corporate clients in th...
Adam joined the Argus Media business development team in April 2022 to lead the development of a pricing & reporting product for the voluntary carbon markets. After spending the earlier part of his career with Enron and Williams Energy in physical oil trading & distribution, Adam spent 10 years in the commodities group at Morgan Stanley working with corporate clients in the energy derivatives space. Helping clients navigate the early years of the ETS started his journey in carbon and later, as Head of EMEA Energy Origination at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, he worked with clients wanting to start to engage with the voluntary carbon markets. Adam has an academic background as a chemist having completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Manchester Institute of Science & Technology and has a bilingual MBA from IESE Business School in Barcelona.
Iain Henderson
Co-Head, Voluntary Carbon Markets, DRW
Iain Henderson is the Singapore based Co-Head of DRW’s voluntary carbon market desk. Iain has spent over 25 years in the finance sector across a variety of roles. After a decade focused on derivative structuring for investment banks, he switched to focus on carbon/sustainable finance in 2009. He has since worked on carbon/sustainable finance for WWF, the United Nations Env...
Iain Henderson is the Singapore based Co-Head of DRW’s voluntary carbon market desk. Iain has spent over 25 years in the finance sector across a variety of roles. After a decade focused on derivative structuring for investment banks, he switched to focus on carbon/sustainable finance in 2009. He has since worked on carbon/sustainable finance for WWF, the United Nations Environment Programme, Liquid Capital and for ADM Capital. Iain is an Oxford University Geography graduate and has postgraduate qualifications in Management, Economics & Politics and Agricultural Economics. He became a Chartered Financial Analyst in 2002 and a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst in 2018. He was elected to the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Forests in 2014, is a Senior Advisor to United Nations Development Programme’s Finance Sector Hub, and sits on the Advisory Board of The Rocket Foundation.
Colin Moore
Colin is the Regional Carbon Advisor - Mekong for the Wildlife Conservation Society overseeing the management and buildout of the organization’s NbS projects in the Mekong region and wider South-East Asia. Over the last 15 years, Colin has engaged at multiple levels in the carbon markets and REDD+ space: policy advice to governments, consulting on early-stage projects, pro...
Colin is the Regional Carbon Advisor - Mekong for the Wildlife Conservation Society overseeing the management and buildout of the organization’s NbS projects in the Mekong region and wider South-East Asia. Over the last 15 years, Colin has engaged at multiple levels in the carbon markets and REDD+ space: policy advice to governments, consulting on early-stage projects, project development, securing project investment, and sales and marketing. Colin is currently deeply involved in channelling the increasing interest of private capital in NbS to high-quality NbS projects with multiple climate, biodiversity and community benefits. Colin received his MSc in Environmental Technology: Business & Environment from Imperial College London
Andrew Cullen
VP Institutional Sales, AirCarbon Exchange (ACX)
Andrew Cullen, VP of Institutional Sales at ACX, has spent over 14 years in the Finance and Commodities industry. Andrew previously worked in ferrous metals, where he was part of the evolution of the iron ore market from one built on long-term offtake agreements to having an active spot market where companies could hedge their physical and financial exposure. Prior to joi...
Andrew Cullen, VP of Institutional Sales at ACX, has spent over 14 years in the Finance and Commodities industry. Andrew previously worked in ferrous metals, where he was part of the evolution of the iron ore market from one built on long-term offtake agreements to having an active spot market where companies could hedge their physical and financial exposure. Prior to joining ACX, Andrew was the Director of APAC Licensing & Exchange Relationships at S&P Global where he was responsible for establishing Platts’ Asian Exchange strategy as well as directing Platts’ business development and licensing activities with existing and new exchange partners. Andrew has brought this wealth of experience on how exchanges operate and understanding of the complexity of commodities markets to ACX where he is raising awareness of voluntary carbon markets as a key part of the solution to reaching Net-Zero.
Mark Kenber
Executive Director, Voluntary Carbon Markets Integrity Initiative (VCMI)
Mark Kenber serves as VCMI’s Executive Director. Immediately prior to leading the VCMI, he was a Managing Director at environmental consultancy Climate Advisers, where he ran Orbitas, an initiative that aims to make capital providers aware of climate transition risks to investments in tropical soft commodity production and shift their lending and investment decisions t...
Mark Kenber serves as VCMI’s Executive Director. Immediately prior to leading the VCMI, he was a Managing Director at environmental consultancy Climate Advisers, where he ran Orbitas, an initiative that aims to make capital providers aware of climate transition risks to investments in tropical soft commodity production and shift their lending and investment decisions towards more sustainable low carbon production techniques. Mark has worked across various areas of environmental policy for over two decades, with a focus on the use of economic instruments in the pursuit of sustainable development. His previous roles include: Chief Executive of Mongoose Energy Ltd; Policy Director and later Chief Executive at The Climate Group; and Senior Policy Officer at WWF International’s Climate Change Programme. He was Co-Founder of the Verified Carbon Standard and the Gold Standard, and he serves as a member of the Governing Board of the Integrity Council for the Voluntary Carbon Market.