Due to the impact of COVD-19, OPIS will be holding its renowned LCFS & Carbon Markets Workshop online this year, but with the same unsurpassed regulatory and marketplace information that you’ve come to expect and count on.
Carbon emissions markets have been dynamic for years, but 2020 is proving to be extremely turbulent to navigate due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Market uncertainty has prevailed since March, when the global economic crash unpredictably affected carbon allowance pricing, emissions levels and rule-making for programs on deck for introduction.
California’s climate change and LCFS programs continue to evolve as does legislation relating to ADF – all under the shadow of COVID-19. Oregon has been mandated by executive order to go from a 10% reduction to 20% reduction in GH emissions. As CI targets get tighter, new technologies and increased production from current suppliers will be required across the board.
Learn the who, what, when and why of these multi-billion dollar industries – attend the 9th Annual LCFS & Carbon Markets Workshop Online – and hear from recognized industry experts as they provide insights on key market topics including:
Examine the current state of carbon pricing schemes and learn how to navigate increasingly stringent cap-and-trade and carbon dioxide emissions tax regulations, as jurisdictions across North America extend environmental programs into 2020 and beyond.
Discuss and analyze the current amendments and their impact on the LCFS program. Get a detailed look at the challenges currently facing credits as deficits outweigh what’s available, new products on the horizon, and overall landscape as others look to adapt the program.
Acknowledged as the foremost professional and business development event for the carbon and LCFS industries, the 9th Annual OPIS LCFS and Carbon Workshop features a full schedule of legislative and technical updates coupled with several opportunities for interaction and relationship building with your current and future customers!
Interested consultants, service/equipment suppliers and producers have an opportunity to make their brand and message stand out from the crowd by increasing their visibility and profile with a sponsorship of one of a carefully selected group of business development vehicles at the workshop.
For complete details on all opportunities available, please contact David Coates, Director of Conferences at firstname.lastname@example.org or 713-305-0116.
“Timely insights by regulators and industry participants on changes to fuel environments and markets that may result in unintended consequences despite the intended goal of managing climate change.”
– Director Sales, Western Region, Mansfield Oil Company
“Great conference for learning about the market and meeting all the key industry participants!”
– Principal, Electrification and Electric Vehicles, Pacific Gas & Electric Company
“This is a great way to become immersed in topics that otherwise require reviewing thousands of pages of regulations.”
– Strategic Project Coordinator, CHS
“The conference delivered a huge amount of info on cap-and-trade as well as LCFS.”
– Executive, SCC Regional Transit