05 三月 - 06 三月 2019
Hilton the Hague, The Netherlands

Argus Emissions Markets

Trading, technologies and green energy to combat the increasing cost of carbon

The longest standing carbon markets conference, Argus Emissions Markets, will take place on 5-6 March 2019, in the Netherlands. This year’s agenda will focus on; the legislative landscape both regionally and internationally, policy cohesion, pricing dynamics in emissions credits, power market trends, coping strategies, carbon abatement technologies and much more.

  • Are you prepared for the higher costs implicated by 2018's price hike in EU ETS emissions allowances?
  • Are you familiar with the new frontiers in emissions mitigation dictating carbon costs for your industry?
  • Do you need clarity on the direction of legislative reforms, and insight into what to expect for market developments?
Register now to address these issues and more with the market’s leading emissions experts - from traders, government representatives, carbon and power professionals, consultants, service and technology providers to industrial emitters, utilities, and NGOs.


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Your expert speakers include:

Brigitta Huckestein
Senior Manager, Climate and Energy Policy, BASF
Jane Hupe (Recorded)
Deputy Director, Environment, International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
Seehyung Lee
Senior Researcher, Department of Environmental Policy, Korcham
Stefaan Vergote
Advisor in DG Climate Action, European Commission
Stefano De Clara
International Policy Director, International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)

Request your new digital brochure

Download your copy of the Argus Emissions Markets 2019 digital brochure to find out more about this year's event. In your brochure you will also find an exclusive infographic that records how 2018 was a record breaking year for the EU ETS market, and more!

Why you should attend

  • Join the market-makers of the carbon industry

    Meet the market’s decision-makers and supporting partners, including: traders and brokers, compliance buyers, utilities, banks, investors, policy-makers, technology developers and providers, consultants and more.
  • Tackle the issues that matter

    Gain clarity on the future of the EU carbon price - and how this will affect business; learn how to ensure the effectiveness of private business whilst combatting climate change; discover industrial strategies in trading and carbon markets, and much more.
  • More networking opportunities

    Your pass will include access to extended lunches and breaks, a themed evening drinks reception, live digital Q&A with speakers, and access to the networking app two weeks before the event so you can start to schedule onsite meetings.
  • Special rate for small emitters

    Small emitters, whose total carbon emissions on all installations collectively, subject to the EU ETS, do not exceed 200,000 metric tonnes CO2e per year, will qualify for a special rate of €600 for a 2 day conference pass. Visit the register now page for more information.

Regular attendees at Argus Emissions Markets include:

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 • 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

The record-breaking year for EU ETS - your infographic

Request your copy of the exclusive infographic that maps the record-breaking year for EU ETS, plant capacity closures in Europe, dark vs spark spreads, and more.