The CarbonChain platform
How it works
Upload the data you have
Upload your supply chain, asset screening, or trade documentation (essential only).
Get your footprint and insights
Get a detailed, accurate emissions report, with the help of our independent database and AI-powered automation. Identify immediate carbon risks.
Track and progress
Our platform integrates into your workflow for ongoing automated carbon accounting, tracking and reporting.
Get the data and insights you need for the net-zero transition
Precise emissions tracking
Get an accurate end-to-end supply chain carbon footprint with granular, asset-level emissions breakdowns, and automated tracking over time.
Tackle risks with clarity
Uncover carbon hotspots to address risks and avoid penalties. Plan for carbon pricing, shifting market demand, and mandatory disclosure.
Unlock sustainability opportunities
Seize leadership opportunities and stay competitive by benchmarking, setting quantified targets, developing low-carbon products, and improving transparency.
We help climate-critical sectors take action
CarbonChain is made for companies, traders, financiers, and logistics firms in the heaviest emitting industries: metals and mining, oil and gas, and agriculture.
We automate your supply chain carbon accounting, so you can tackle climate risks, reduce emissions, and accelerate the transition to a net-zero economy.
Quantify your supply chain emissions, mitigate risk, and offer low-carbon products
Track your carbon footprint, and prepare for regulation and competition
Measure supplier emissions, mitigate carbon risk, and access green finance
Measure your trade finance emissions, tackle risks, and offer greener products
Sell credible offsets based on accurate carbon calculations
Construction & Manufacturing
Measure, manage, and report your supply chain emissions and risks
As Gunvor continues to accurately measure and adequately address its emissions impact, CarbonChain’s detailed carbon accounting has enabled us to define a clear path forward for our supply chains within the Energy Transition.
Elsa Pernot Group HSEC Director, Gunvor
Supporting the migration to resource transparent supply chains is a priority for Concord. We are pleased to move in this direction and aim to create a standard for transparency in carbon emissions reporting by partnering with CarbonChain and its team of experts.
Mark Hansen CEO, Concord Resources Limited
CarbonChain's assessment has been a very useful exercise for Wogen. It will help us to prepare for new policies and legislation relating to CO2 emissions that could greatly impact our business across the world.
Laura Bell Exotic Metals Trader, Wogen Resources Ltd.
Enabling data-led decision-making
Our carbon accounting platform provides you with critical insights into risks and opportunities in near real-time.
Filling the data gap
Value chains harbor unknown risks. CarbonChain fills the gap for emissions insight and analysis across the entire commodity supply chain.
Our growing emissions database covers 20+ hard and soft commodity classesSteel Aluminium Copper Zinc Lead Nickel Lithium Bauxite Alumina CoffeeSoyWineGoldCrude oilDieselBunkerNaphthaGasoilGasolineEthlyene and 135,000 assets (from mines to ships)Mining all forms Farming all forms Refining all forms Smelting all forms Shipping bulk, container, air Storage port, warehouse Inland Freight rail, road, barge .
Compare assets, pinpoint the most polluting activities, and seize targeted opportunities to cut emissions.
Accurate and auditable
Give stakeholders auditable and certifiable reports. Our platform uses advanced data science and an independent database, and follows the world’s most trusted carbon accounting standards.
We track consignments in real-time, so you can make timely decisions, and quickly evaluate interventions.
CarbonChain tames the complexity of huge carbon flows in global supply chains, letting you pinpoint opportunities for change.
Why take action?
The climate emergency is set to fundamentally transform the entire commodities value chain.
of global CO2 emissions come from the extraction and processing of materials, fuels and food
purchasers with US$5.5 trillion procurement spend requested thousands of suppliers to disclose environmental data in 2021
national jurisdictions have carbon-pricing schemes in place
of financial institutions assess their portfolios for climate-related risks
Ready to tackle carbon risk?
Get started with a free demo. We’ll help you identify supply chains, transactions or trades immediately at risk, with a sample of corresponding reports.