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Emission trading - Seoul (South Korea)(2 Days)

Emission trading - Seoul (South Korea)
(2 Days)

Objective

The objective of this training seminar is to prepare participants for the commencement of emissions trading in South Korea. This training will provide participants with a thorough understanding of the policy, regulatory and market issues prevalent to emissions management with the use of case studies to illustrate how emissions markets operate and the risk-reward scenarios.

Upon completion of the seminar, participants will be able to better assess their emissions scenario, understand the risks faced and initiate the relevant programmes to better manage their emissions exposure.

Who will benefit

This training seminar is intended for energy sector professionals concerned with evolution of carbon and energy markets.
 
Energy economists and business analysts, Emission Traders, Business and project developers, Buyers of gas and electricity, Corporate strategists & planners, International organisations, Public institutions and ministry, Energy agencies and regulators, Bankers, Lawyers

Training content

Session 1 - Introduction to the emission market
Session 2 - UN Climate Change Process
Session 3 - Reducing emissions
Session 4 - Regional Review of Emission Reduction Initiatives
Session 5 - Managing Emissions Risk
Session 6 - Case Study – The EU Emission Trading Scheme
Session 7 - Case Study – China’s Emission Reduction Schemes
Session 8 - Case Study – Implementing and Managing an Emission Strategy
Session 9 - Understanding carbon trading principles & simulation
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