15 July - 16 July 2021
Virtual event

Argus Live: Carbon Markets and Regulation

Speakers

Hans Bergman
Head of Unit, ETS Policy Development and Auctioning, DG CLIMA (European Commission)
Hans Bergman is economist from Stockholm School of Economics. He has worked in the private sector, in the Swedish government, and, since 1995 in the European Commission where he has dealt with environmental, state aid, antitrust and climate policies. He is currently head of the unit “ETS Policy development and Auctioning” in DG Climate Action
Hans Bergman is economist from Stockholm School of Economics. He has worked in the private sector, in the Swedish government, and, since 1995 in the European Commission where he has dealt with environmental, state aid, antitrust and climate policies. He is currently head of the unit “ETS Policy development and Auctioning” in DG Climate Action
Nicolas Girod
Managing Director Markets, Clear Blue Markets
Nicolas is a Managing Director and Head of Markets at ClearBlue Markets and has over 12 years of experience in the European and North American carbon markets. He has a deep understanding of the integration of the energy and carbon markets, having worked for banks and utilities as a risk manager, market analyst, and trader. As the Head of Markets for ClearBlue, Nicolas deve...
Nicolas is a Managing Director and Head of Markets at ClearBlue Markets and has over 12 years of experience in the European and North American carbon markets. He has a deep understanding of the integration of the energy and carbon markets, having worked for banks and utilities as a risk manager, market analyst, and trader. As the Head of Markets for ClearBlue, Nicolas developed ClearBlue’s in-house analytical models for different carbon pricing systems such as the WCI market, EU-ETS, the Canadian Federal Carbon Pricing Backstop, and the BC And California Low Carbon Fuel Standards. Nicolas provides unique market insights, pricing, monthly risk management reports, and transaction services to support clients in minimizing compliance costs while maximizing opportunities.
Ellen De Vocht
Political and Regulatory Affairs Officer for the European Energy Exchange (EEX)
Ellen provides expertise on policies and regulation related to sustainable finance and derivatives trading, as well as European and international carbon pricing. She also co-chairs the EEX Sustainability Committee. Before joining EEX, Ellen spent time in public affairs consulting and local campaigning. She is a political scientist at Ghent University and has a master’s deg...
Ellen provides expertise on policies and regulation related to sustainable finance and derivatives trading, as well as European and international carbon pricing. She also co-chairs the EEX Sustainability Committee. Before joining EEX, Ellen spent time in public affairs consulting and local campaigning. She is a political scientist at Ghent University and has a master’s degree in global energy transition and governance from CIFE.
Guido Pasternack
Senior Energy Policy Advisor, Uniper
Guido Pasternack is the Senior Energy Policy Advisor for Governmental Affairs at Uniper. Guido analyses political and regulatory affairs concerning the European power sector, especially in the areas of renewable energy, CHP and emissions trading. He has worked for both Uniper and E.ON for 20 years. During his time with Uniper he has worked for several of its subsidiaries,...
Guido Pasternack is the Senior Energy Policy Advisor for Governmental Affairs at Uniper. Guido analyses political and regulatory affairs concerning the European power sector, especially in the areas of renewable energy, CHP and emissions trading. He has worked for both Uniper and E.ON for 20 years. During his time with Uniper he has worked for several of its subsidiaries, mostly as a political and regulatory analyst or as a strategist. Before joining E.ON and Uniper, Guido was an Economic Advisor to a Member of the German Parliament. He holds a degree in Economics from the University of Cologne and a PhD from the University of Leipzig. He is also head of the EFET Working Group on Emissions Trading.
Dirk Forrister
CEO, IETA
IETA is a non-profit organisation, respected as a thought leader on strategies to harness the power of markets to deliver climate protection. Dirk has a track record of public and private-sector engagement in energy and environmental policy. He spent a decade as Managing Director at Natsource, which manages carbon funds valued at $1.2bn. Dirk served as Chairman of the Whit...
IETA is a non-profit organisation, respected as a thought leader on strategies to harness the power of markets to deliver climate protection. Dirk has a track record of public and private-sector engagement in energy and environmental policy. He spent a decade as Managing Director at Natsource, which manages carbon funds valued at $1.2bn. Dirk served as Chairman of the White House Climate Change Task Force during the Clinton administration, and was Assistant Secretary of Energy for Congressional and Public Affairs). His environmental markets career began when he advised Congressman Jim Cooper, a key figure in drawing up acid rain legislation in 1990.
Trevor Sikorski
Head of Coal, Gas and Carbon Research, Energy Aspects
Trevor Sikorski is the Head of Natural Gas and Carbon Research at Energy Aspects. Trevor has been analysing European energy and environmental markets for more than 15 years, having held senior analytical research roles with Barclays Capital, Point Carbon, Global Insight and PwC. He has an in-depth understanding of the global markets for generation fuels and carbon, includi...
Trevor Sikorski is the Head of Natural Gas and Carbon Research at Energy Aspects. Trevor has been analysing European energy and environmental markets for more than 15 years, having held senior analytical research roles with Barclays Capital, Point Carbon, Global Insight and PwC. He has an in-depth understanding of the global markets for generation fuels and carbon, including their fundamentals, trading behaviours, and complex interactions. In 2010, he was named the top carbon market analyst by Environmental Finance magazine and was in Commodity Magazine’s commodities research team of the year in 2011. Trevor is frequently featured in leading media outlets, including the Financial Times, BBC News, Reuters, Bloomberg, CNBC, Wall Street Journal, and Sky News.
Antoine Diemert
ICROA Programme Director
ICROA Programme Director. Antoine joined ICROA in 2017. He has a background in corporate finance and worked as an analyst at Kepler Cheuvreux in Geneva before joining ICROA. In this role he originated and executed mandates in the following fields: mergers & acquisitions, debt capital markets, equity capital markets. He previously worked for the UniCredit Group in Vienna an...
ICROA Programme Director. Antoine joined ICROA in 2017. He has a background in corporate finance and worked as an analyst at Kepler Cheuvreux in Geneva before joining ICROA. In this role he originated and executed mandates in the following fields: mergers & acquisitions, debt capital markets, equity capital markets. He previously worked for the UniCredit Group in Vienna and Paris where he helped set up a partnership with asset manager Amundi. Antoine holds a Master of Finance from ESSCA. In 2016 he obtained a certificate in climate and renewable energy finance from the Frankfurt School - UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate & Sustainable Energy Finance.
Tim Atkinson
Director Sales and Carbon Trading, CF Partners
Tim Atkinson is Director of Sales and Trading at CF Partners. He has been involved in carbon markets and emission trading for 20 years, including working on the original UK ETS which ran from 2002-2006 and the EU ETS from its inception in 2005. He focusses on working with industry operators to help them understand policy, manage ETS compliance and develop a carbon trading ...
Tim Atkinson is Director of Sales and Trading at CF Partners. He has been involved in carbon markets and emission trading for 20 years, including working on the original UK ETS which ran from 2002-2006 and the EU ETS from its inception in 2005. He focusses on working with industry operators to help them understand policy, manage ETS compliance and develop a carbon trading strategy.
Brigitta Huckestein
Senior Manager, Climate and Energy Policy, BASF
Brigitta studied chemistry at the Georg-August University in Göttingen. In 1991, she joined BASF´s plastics research and headed a laboratory where she developed products for new applications and improved production processes. After that, she initiated, led and accompanied a range of technical, communication and advocacy projects in various functions in the plastics departm...
Brigitta studied chemistry at the Georg-August University in Göttingen. In 1991, she joined BASF´s plastics research and headed a laboratory where she developed products for new applications and improved production processes. After that, she initiated, led and accompanied a range of technical, communication and advocacy projects in various functions in the plastics department. Key focuses were plastics recycling, sustainability and energy efficiency of plastics. Since 2008 her focus is on energy and climate policy — such as energy efficiency of buildings and in industry, emissions trading and global climate policies. She is active in several industry and chemicals associations on international and national level, including ICCA, Cefic and BDI.
Michael Mehling
Deputy Director, Centre for Energy and Environmental Policy Research, MIT
Michael is also a non-executive director with Ecologic Institute in Berlin, a founding board member of Ecologic Institute in Washington DC, the Blockchain and Climate Institute in London , and the European Roundtable on Climate Change and Sustainable Transition in Brussels . He serves on the advisory board of the International Policy Coalition for Sustainable Growth and is...
Michael is also a non-executive director with Ecologic Institute in Berlin, a founding board member of Ecologic Institute in Washington DC, the Blockchain and Climate Institute in London , and the European Roundtable on Climate Change and Sustainable Transition in Brussels . He serves on the advisory board of the International Policy Coalition for Sustainable Growth and is a member of the World Commission on Environmental Law and the Climate Strategies network of policy researchers. Michael’s work focuses on climate policy design and implementation, on which he has published several books and over 100 articles and book chapters. He also is the founder and Co-Editor in Chief of the Carbon and Climate Review, the first academic quarterly journal focused on climate change law and regulation. Michael trained as a lawyer and was admitted to the bar in the EU.
Michael Pahle
Head of Climate and Energy Working Group, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
Michael Pahle holds a PhD in economics and is head of the “Climate and Energy Policy” working group in research domain 3 at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). His research focuses on emissions trading and decarbonising the power sector. He is regularly involved in projects to support policy implementation by state and federal agencies in Germany, cove...
Michael Pahle holds a PhD in economics and is head of the “Climate and Energy Policy” working group in research domain 3 at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). His research focuses on emissions trading and decarbonising the power sector. He is regularly involved in projects to support policy implementation by state and federal agencies in Germany, covering topics such as the coal phase-out, power market design and EU emissions trading system (ETS) reform. He recently co-authored a study on carbon pricing in reform options commissioned by the German Council of Economic Experts on behalf of the federal government, in which he was lead author of the EU ETS chapter.
Cillian O'Donoghue
Energy and Climate Change Director, Eurometaux
Cillian O’Donoghue has led European non-ferrous metals association Eurometaux's climate and energy advocacy since 2016, mainly dealing with the EU emissions trading system, power market regulations and the EU’s 2050 Industrial Transformation agenda. Before this, he spent five years at public relations and marketing agency FleishmanHillard, where he specialised in EU clima...
Cillian O’Donoghue has led European non-ferrous metals association Eurometaux's climate and energy advocacy since 2016, mainly dealing with the EU emissions trading system, power market regulations and the EU’s 2050 Industrial Transformation agenda. Before this, he spent five years at public relations and marketing agency FleishmanHillard, where he specialised in EU climate and energy legislation. He has also spent time at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Energy, where he focused on gas security of supply in central Europe. He holds master’s degrees in economics and in international relations and European studies.
Adam Berman
European Policy Director, IETA (International Emissions Trading Association)
Adam provides analysis and advice on European climate policy, with an emphasis on the EU emissions trading system. His role is to ensure that IETA works hand in hand with European policymakers towards market-based climate policies that meet the urgent need to decarbonise, while balancing this with competition concerns. Before joining IETA, Adam worked as an energy industry...
Adam provides analysis and advice on European climate policy, with an emphasis on the EU emissions trading system. His role is to ensure that IETA works hand in hand with European policymakers towards market-based climate policies that meet the urgent need to decarbonise, while balancing this with competition concerns. Before joining IETA, Adam worked as an energy industry analyst covering international climate policy.
Lawson Steele
Senior Utility Analyst, Berenberg
Lawson has been an analyst in the carbon market since 2004. He has analysed utilities for 34 years, having top rankings (Institutional Investor and Extel) in the Europe, Latin America and Global categories, as voted by investors. Lawson is a chartered accountant, having qualified with PwC and in January 2006 he was the first person to predict that the carbon price would dr...
Lawson has been an analyst in the carbon market since 2004. He has analysed utilities for 34 years, having top rankings (Institutional Investor and Extel) in the Europe, Latin America and Global categories, as voted by investors. Lawson is a chartered accountant, having qualified with PwC and in January 2006 he was the first person to predict that the carbon price would drop to zero, which it did 11 months later.
Stefano De Clara
International Policy Director, International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
International Policy Director at the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA). He joined IETA in 2014, initially focusing on the EU ETS and UNFCCC negotiations. He currently heads IETA’s international work, covering the implementation of the Paris Agreement and international carbon markets. Leading IETA’s Business Partnership for Market Readiness (B-PMR) initiati...
International Policy Director at the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA). He joined IETA in 2014, initially focusing on the EU ETS and UNFCCC negotiations. He currently heads IETA’s international work, covering the implementation of the Paris Agreement and international carbon markets. Leading IETA’s Business Partnership for Market Readiness (B-PMR) initiative, he also focuses on emerging carbon markets, particularly on Asia. Prior to joining IETA he focused on emissions trading in the Academia and for consulting companies. He holds a M.Sc. in Sustainable Development from the Utrecht University and a B.Sc. in Environmental Science from the University of Trieste.
Owen Hewlett
Chief Technical Officer, Gold Standard Foundation
Hugh Salway
Head of Environmental Markets, Gold Standard Foundation
Bo Qin
Senior Analyst, European Carbon Research Team, Bloomberg
Bo Qin is a senior analyst in the European carbon research team at BloombergNEF. She focuses on EU emissions trading system policies and price development with an emphasis on the power sector. In addition, she analyses European utility business models in energy transition. She holds an MSc in management and international business from the Aalto University School of Busines...
Bo Qin is a senior analyst in the European carbon research team at BloombergNEF. She focuses on EU emissions trading system policies and price development with an emphasis on the power sector. In addition, she analyses European utility business models in energy transition. She holds an MSc in management and international business from the Aalto University School of Business in Finland.
Renat Heuberger
CEO, South Pole
Renat Heuberger is a pioneer and social entrepreneur in the field of sustainability, climate change and renewable energies, where he has been engaged since 1999. As a founding partner and Chief Executive of South Pole, he co-ordinated the set-up of the company’s global sustainability finance business. Before founding South Pole, Renat was co-founder and Chief Executive of ...
Renat Heuberger is a pioneer and social entrepreneur in the field of sustainability, climate change and renewable energies, where he has been engaged since 1999. As a founding partner and Chief Executive of South Pole, he co-ordinated the set-up of the company’s global sustainability finance business. Before founding South Pole, Renat was co-founder and Chief Executive of the Myclimate Foundation, one of the world’s first participants in the voluntary carbon markets. Renat has been elected “Social Entrepreneur of Switzerland” by the World Economic Forum’s Schwab Foundation, and he serves as a member of the Expert Network of the WEF. He is a member of the Innovation Council of InnoSuisse, board member of Climate-KIC, board member of M-Power, and member of the advisory board of Impact HUB Zurich. Renat holds a master’s degree in environmental sciences from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology and has completed executive education programmes at INSEAD and the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS).
Stephen Donofrio
Programme Director, Ecosystem Marketplace Initiatives, Forest Trends Association
Stephen is Director of Ecosystem Marketplace and the Supply Change initiative, where he is responsible for overall initiative strategy development, relationship creation, management of partners and collaborators, stakeholder co-ordination, corporate engagement, public speaking, and report writing. In addition, Stephen is Principal and Founder of Greenpoint Innovations, whi...
Stephen is Director of Ecosystem Marketplace and the Supply Change initiative, where he is responsible for overall initiative strategy development, relationship creation, management of partners and collaborators, stakeholder co-ordination, corporate engagement, public speaking, and report writing. In addition, Stephen is Principal and Founder of Greenpoint Innovations, which integrates innovative technologies, the arts, and in-depth subject-matter expertise to contribute to a sustainable, resilient, and prosperous future. Previously, Stephen was Vice-President of CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) North America, where he managed the region’s corporate disclosure program, partnerships and innovation, and CDP Canada. Stephen was earlier Economist at the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX), where he administered the Offsets Program, managed member and partner accounts, and provided research and analysis of environmental markets, regulations, policies, and programs.
Samuel Norton
Senior Carbon Trading Analyst, Vattenfall Energy Trading
Samuel is an aerospace engineer, turned energy-market analyst. His specific fields of interest include emissions trading, carbon offsetting, green commodities, power markets, sustainable energy solutions and renewable energy, and hydrogen as a sustainable energy alternative.
Samuel is an aerospace engineer, turned energy-market analyst. His specific fields of interest include emissions trading, carbon offsetting, green commodities, power markets, sustainable energy solutions and renewable energy, and hydrogen as a sustainable energy alternative.
Lina Li
Senior Manager, adelphi
Lina has over 10 years’ experience working on climate policy and emissions trading. She has managed more than 40 projects with international institutions, governments and agencies. As senior manager, Lina analyses emissions trading systems for the International Carbon Action Partnership Secretariat, overseeing political outreach, technical dialogue and capacity building a...
Lina has over 10 years’ experience working on climate policy and emissions trading. She has managed more than 40 projects with international institutions, governments and agencies. As senior manager, Lina analyses emissions trading systems for the International Carbon Action Partnership Secretariat, overseeing political outreach, technical dialogue and capacity building activities, with a focus on China. Before joining Adelphi, Lina researched Germany’s climate diplomacy strategy. As a consultant for Ecofys in Beijing and Cologne, she managed projects covering emissions trading and climate and energy policy. Lina holds a master’s degree in international politics from Peking University and a bachelor’s degree in diplomacy from China’s Renmin University.
Hans-Christian Henne
Senior Manager Corporate Energy and Climate Affairs, Aurubis AG
Hans-Christian Henne is Senior Manager, Corporate Energy and Climate Affairs, Aurubis, which is headquartered in Hamburg, Germany. The company is Europe's largest copper producer and the world’s largest copper recycler. After working in energy trading, procurement and sales at utilities and energy suppliers, Hans-Christian joined Aurubis in 2014 with responsibility for pr...
Hans-Christian Henne is Senior Manager, Corporate Energy and Climate Affairs, Aurubis, which is headquartered in Hamburg, Germany. The company is Europe's largest copper producer and the world’s largest copper recycler. After working in energy trading, procurement and sales at utilities and energy suppliers, Hans-Christian joined Aurubis in 2014 with responsibility for procurement, strategy, advocacy and cost-savings for several types of energy. He is currently responsible for compliance, strategy and advocacy in the emissions trading system (ETS), decarbonisation and climate change issues.
Tom Lord
Head of Trading and Risk Management, Redshaw Advisors
Tom Lord is Head of Trading and Risk Management at Redshaw Advisors having joined from Barclays Capital in 2014. During his 8 years at Barclays Capital he specialised in commodity confirmations, settlements, logistics and emissions trading. He was promoted to Head of the emissions trading desk in 2014 and was responsible for the execution and pricing of client trades and s...
Tom Lord is Head of Trading and Risk Management at Redshaw Advisors having joined from Barclays Capital in 2014. During his 8 years at Barclays Capital he specialised in commodity confirmations, settlements, logistics and emissions trading. He was promoted to Head of the emissions trading desk in 2014 and was responsible for the execution and pricing of client trades and structured deals. Tom has extensive knowledge of emissions markets around the world which has, in particular, enabled him to lend expertise to the reform of the South Korean Emissions Trading Scheme.
Sascha Lafeld
Head of Carbon Offsetting and Green Energy Services, ClimatePartner
Sascha is a carbon offsetting and green energy expert with over 18 years’ experience in environmental financial markets. Before co-founding service provider First Climate in 2003 and ClimatePartner’s parent company, Sustainable Partner, in 2004, he was head of climate change strategy at Dresdner Bank and a consultant at the UN Environment Programme in Paris. Sascha sits on...
Sascha is a carbon offsetting and green energy expert with over 18 years’ experience in environmental financial markets. Before co-founding service provider First Climate in 2003 and ClimatePartner’s parent company, Sustainable Partner, in 2004, he was head of climate change strategy at Dresdner Bank and a consultant at the UN Environment Programme in Paris. Sascha sits on the executive committee of the International Carbon Reduction and Offset Alliance.
Nicolas Jensen
Policy Manager - Distribution, Eurogas
Following studies focused on international relations and decision-making processes as well as the institutional set-up of the EU, Nicolas went on to specialise in energy. After working with the largest French gas distribution system operator on topics ranging from renewable gas development to gas mobility, Nicolas joined Eurogas in May 2017. He manages the distribution com...
Following studies focused on international relations and decision-making processes as well as the institutional set-up of the EU, Nicolas went on to specialise in energy. After working with the largest French gas distribution system operator on topics ranging from renewable gas development to gas mobility, Nicolas joined Eurogas in May 2017. He manages the distribution committee within Eurogas with a specific focus on renewable gas developments and sustainable finance.
Milka Mumovic
Electricity and Statistics Expert, Energy Community Secretariat
Milka is an economist with extensive experience in energy regulation and energy policies, and has been working for the Secretariat since 2009. Her main tasks are to monitor implementation of the electricity acquis and to implement the acquis on energy statistics. Milka is currently co-ordinating the Secretariat’s activities on the introduction of carbon pricing in the Ener...
Milka is an economist with extensive experience in energy regulation and energy policies, and has been working for the Secretariat since 2009. Her main tasks are to monitor implementation of the electricity acquis and to implement the acquis on energy statistics. Milka is currently co-ordinating the Secretariat’s activities on the introduction of carbon pricing in the Energy Community Contracting Parties.
Oliver Sartor
Senior Advisor of Industrial Policy, Agora Energiewende
Dr Sartor is the Senior Advisor to the industry team, focusing on European and national policy for climate-neutral energy-intensive industries and related circular economic aspects. Before that he spent 12 years working in academia, focusing on European and international climate policy, emissions mitigation strategies for energy-intensive industries, carbon leakage, coal t...
Dr Sartor is the Senior Advisor to the industry team, focusing on European and national policy for climate-neutral energy-intensive industries and related circular economic aspects. Before that he spent 12 years working in academia, focusing on European and international climate policy, emissions mitigation strategies for energy-intensive industries, carbon leakage, coal transitions, emissions trading and climate governance. He holds a PhD in Economics from the Sorbonne University in Paris and Bachelor degrees in both Arts and Commerce from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
Andrei Marcu
Executive Director, ERCST
Andrei has vast experience in managing policy-focused organisations, creating partnerships, managing stakeholder relations and fundraising. His focus has been on sustainable development, climate change and energy, and he has been in numerous high-profile roles. He also founded the International Emissions Trading Association, turning it into one of the world’s leading non-g...
Andrei has vast experience in managing policy-focused organisations, creating partnerships, managing stakeholder relations and fundraising. His focus has been on sustainable development, climate change and energy, and he has been in numerous high-profile roles. He also founded the International Emissions Trading Association, turning it into one of the world’s leading non-governmental organisations.
Martin Dorsman
Secretary General, ECSA
Before his appointment in 2011, Martin was Managing Director of the Royal Association of Netherlands Shipowners. Prior to that he was at the Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs, working on macroeconomic policy, regional economic policy and R&D policy. He has also worked at the Ministry of Transport, where he was responsible for fiscal maritime policy and other maritim...
Before his appointment in 2011, Martin was Managing Director of the Royal Association of Netherlands Shipowners. Prior to that he was at the Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs, working on macroeconomic policy, regional economic policy and R&D policy. He has also worked at the Ministry of Transport, where he was responsible for fiscal maritime policy and other maritime policies.
Mike Taylor
President, Emission Advisors
Mike Taylor is President of Emission Advisors, a leading brokerage and consulting firm in Environmental Credits including Carbon Cap and Trade, LCFS, Emission Reduction Credits, RINS, CSAPR NOx and SO2, and RECs. Emission Advisors was named Emissions House of the Year 2019 by Energy Risk. Mike has over nineteen years in the industry and has transacted over a billion doll...
Mike Taylor is President of Emission Advisors, a leading brokerage and consulting firm in Environmental Credits including Carbon Cap and Trade, LCFS, Emission Reduction Credits, RINS, CSAPR NOx and SO2, and RECs. Emission Advisors was named Emissions House of the Year 2019 by Energy Risk. Mike has over nineteen years in the industry and has transacted over a billion dollars’ worth of environmental credits. He is an #1 Best Selling Author with the book: “Reduce Carbon Compliance Costs: Strategies for California and Quebec Facilities”.
Christopher Kardish
Carbon Markets Advisor, International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP)
Chris specialises in the design of ETSs through ICAP’s Technical Dialogue workstream, which produces research on aspects of ETS design and convenes member jurisdictions for exchanges on these issues. Through adelphi, he has supported the European Commission, the German Federal Environment Ministry and other clients on analysis of carbon leakage protections and alternatives...
Chris specialises in the design of ETSs through ICAP’s Technical Dialogue workstream, which produces research on aspects of ETS design and convenes member jurisdictions for exchanges on these issues. Through adelphi, he has supported the European Commission, the German Federal Environment Ministry and other clients on analysis of carbon leakage protections and alternatives to free allocation.
Paul Sammon
Director, Edelman Advisory
Paul Sammon is a Director of Edelman Advisory, a strategy consultancy. He brings almost 15 years of experience across the private sector and government in the economics of sustainable growth. He currently leads strategy work on sustainability and corporate purpose. Paul joined Edelman Advisory from consultancy Vivid Economics where he was on the board and assisted industry...
Paul Sammon is a Director of Edelman Advisory, a strategy consultancy. He brings almost 15 years of experience across the private sector and government in the economics of sustainable growth. He currently leads strategy work on sustainability and corporate purpose. Paul joined Edelman Advisory from consultancy Vivid Economics where he was on the board and assisted industry understand the impacts of carbon pricing and climate policy, including the European Green Deal, and develop strategies to respond to them. His private sector experience spans finance, oil and gas, utilities, heavy industry and transport. He has also advised governments across Europe and the Americas on the economics of border carbon adjustments. His work has also included net zero pathway development, industrial competitiveness analysis and trade policy. His work for international clients includes the European Commission, the World Bank and the UN Secretary General where he has advised on climate, trade and sustainable finance.
Michael Ball
Editor, Argus Air Daily, Argus
Michael Ball is editor of Argus Air Daily, the leading source of pricing, news and analysis for the North American environmental markets. Michael joined Argus in 2003 and has been editor of Air Daily since 2012. He has covered wide range of state and federal environmental issues, including the development of California’s AB 32 legislation, US Environmental Protection Agenc...
Michael Ball is editor of Argus Air Daily, the leading source of pricing, news and analysis for the North American environmental markets. Michael joined Argus in 2003 and has been editor of Air Daily since 2012. He has covered wide range of state and federal environmental issues, including the development of California’s AB 32 legislation, US Environmental Protection Agency regulations such as the Clean Power Plan, and Clean Air Act cases before the US Supreme Court.
Justin Colley
Editor, Argus
Justin is Editor of the Argus’ European electricity, emissions and guarantees of origin reports. He has worked at the firm for more than 10 years and before that worked for several technical oil and gas magazines.
Justin is Editor of the Argus’ European electricity, emissions and guarantees of origin reports. He has worked at the firm for more than 10 years and before that worked for several technical oil and gas magazines.
Jessica Dell
US West Coast Bureau Chief, Argus
Jessica has been with Argus since October 2011. She started in the company’s London office and is currently the US west coast bureau chief, based in San Francisco. She has reported on west coast refined products, biofuels and biomass, low-carbon fuel standard programs and emissions markets. Jessica holds degrees from the London School of Economics and the University of Cal...
Jessica has been with Argus since October 2011. She started in the company’s London office and is currently the US west coast bureau chief, based in San Francisco. She has reported on west coast refined products, biofuels and biomass, low-carbon fuel standard programs and emissions markets. Jessica holds degrees from the London School of Economics and the University of California, Berkeley.
Vicky Hatherick
Deputy Editor, European Emissions, Argus
Victoria Hatherick is deputy editor of the European Emissions desk at Argus Media in London. She produces daily price assessments, news and analysis on European carbon markets and climate policy. Prior to joining the Emissions desk, Victoria worked for two years on Argus’s European Electricity desk, focusing on central western European power markets.
Victoria Hatherick is deputy editor of the European Emissions desk at Argus Media in London. She produces daily price assessments, news and analysis on European carbon markets and climate policy. Prior to joining the Emissions desk, Victoria worked for two years on Argus’s European Electricity desk, focusing on central western European power markets.
Jacqueline Echevarría
Deputy Editor
Jacqueline is Deputy Editor at Argus Media in London, where she covers central western European (CWE) electricity markets, with a main focus on the German power market.
Jacqueline is Deputy Editor at Argus Media in London, where she covers central western European (CWE) electricity markets, with a main focus on the German power market.