Register Now | Feb 27, 2024

Streamlining Carbon Reporting for Smoother Compliance

International Energy Week Roundtable Breakfast hosted by CarbonChain

Tuesday, 27th February 2024

Topic: Streamlining Carbon Reporting for Smoother Compliance

  • Breakfast & coffee: 8:30 am - 9:00 am
  • Roundtable discussion: 9:00 am - 10:00 am
  • Location: The Battle of Britain Suite, The Royal Air Force Club, 128 Piccadilly, London, W1J 7PY

As the low-carbon transition accelerates, the demand for transparent and consistent carbon disclosure in the energy sector is more pressing than ever. Regulatory bodies, governments and, increasingly, trade finance providers are requesting detailed emissions data.

The spread of carbon pricing and the complexity of frameworks such as CSRD, SEC, ISSB, and CBAM, and others has made carbon reporting an intricate part of business operations and supply chain compliance.

Yet, the lack of standardization hinders companies’  efforts to comply. In a world of diverse reporting requirements, how do we align the numbers across sustainability reports and bank disclosures?

Join us for an exclusive roundtable event with leading oil and gas traders, trade finance providers, and CarbonChain’s technical experts. 

The roundtable will cover:

  • Evolving carbon reporting frameworks in the US, EU, UK and APAC
  • How to make carbon data easily comparable across different stakeholders in the energy supply chain
  • Bridging the gap between corporate regulatory disclosure and what banks seek
  • Challenges in Scope 3 and supply chain carbon accounting and how leading traders are overcoming them (with case studies)
  • How we can collaborate to pioneer consistency and unified reporting approaches

Register by 21 February 2024

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