OPIS Carbon Markets Workshop (December 12) examines the current state and future of carbon pricing schemes in North America and puts in focus the ever-evolving cast of players and regulatory actions that make up the emissions-reduction landscape. Get critical insight from the lawmakers, industry leaders and experts who are analyzing and charting paths to new developments in policy and carbon trade.
OPIS LCFS Workshop (December 13-14) will discuss and analyze the current state of the LCFS program, recently approved amendments and what lies ahead for credit prices and CI targets. We’ll take a detailed look at the LCFS program into 2019 and beyond, along with blockchain, and the role of RNG in the transportation sector.
Attend the entire 7th Annual OPIS LCFS & Carbon Markets Workshop and save big on your combined registration fee. Plus, register early to lock in extra savings!
For the 7th consecutive year, the OPIS LCFS and Carbon Workshop will be held in San Francisco, California. Acknowledged as the foremost professional and business development event for the carbon and LCFS industries, this year’s event 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.
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