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Inform strategic decisions regarding emissions risk management via competitive benchmarking, portfolio analysis and economic impact assessment.

Overview

Emissions targets set under the 2015 Paris Agreement are set to have far-reaching and material implications for the long-term corporate strategies of every player in the energy and extractive industries.

Companies in these sectors are coming under pressure from investors and other stakeholders to disclose information around the potential climate-related risks to their businesses. And, with the potential of carbon costs emerging in a range of countries, scrutiny of corporate emissions footprints and value at risk will continue to increase.

Features at first glance

Asset by asset emissions forecasts - For Upstream to 2064; Downstream to 2040 and seven of the key Metals & Mining value chains:

  • Aluminium, Alumina and Bauxite
  • Metallurgical Coal, Iron Ore and Steel
  • Thermal Coal
  • Copper Mines, Smelters and Refineries
  • Lead-Zinc Mine, Lead Smelters and Zinc Smelters
  • Nickel Industry
  • Gold Mines

Carbon policy risk - Assessment of the likelihood and stringency of carbon regulation on the Oil & Gas sector in 90+ countries and Metals & Mining sectors in 62 countries.

Financial liability - Compare value at risk under different carbon prices and regulatory risk assumptions.

 
Designed to help you:
  • Understand how your portfolio and assets compare with peer portfolios or comparable assets in terms of emissions profiles and intensity.
  • Assess sector-specific emissions-related regulatory risks in 60+ countries around the world.
  • Analyse what impact different carbon prices would have on asset or corporate valuations.
  • Inform strategic decisions on portfolio composition and mitigation opportunities.
  • Understand how production technology, power sources, energy and reagent consumption, transportation methods and trade allocations influence the carbon footprint of mines, refineries and smelters.