IUA Circular 026/22
Navigating the Energy Transition – How to spot the opportunities and avoid the potholes
with speakers from Carbon Tracker
Harry Benham - Senior Advisor
Richard Black – Transition Advisor
Friday 08 April 2022
2pm/14:00hrs for approx 1 hour (UK/London time)
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At this market briefing our guest speakers will discuss the Energy Transition in more detail with the aim of facilitating better assessments of the risks taken by those investing in new assets.
Contact: Deborah Finch
, IUA Events Manager (020 7617 4451)
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Insurance within the energy system used to be relatively straight-forward with respect to the risks involved, however the complex Energy Transition taking place to reduce global emissions is making this more difficult. The underwriting and protection of new assets is unfamiliar, therefore spreading awareness and valuable information to increase understanding is a priority.
At this market briefing our guest speakers will discuss the Energy Transition in more detail with the aim of facilitating better assessments of the risks taken by those investing in new assets. They will highlight the definitions, drivers, implications, predictability, timings, applications and costs, in order to equip the attendees with the ability to rise above the noise, debunk the myths pedaled by vested interests and see the proverbial (and sustainable) wood from the trees. By the end of the briefing, attendees will hopefully be furnished with the right set of questions to those who are seeking their assets to be underwritten.
has over 30 years international experience in the oil and gas industry with BP and Shell’s Upstream Projects, and several years working in an advisory capacity with EY Oil and Gas in the UK. He now works mainly in energy transition roles as Chairman of the London-based think-tank Ember-Climate, and as a transition advisor to Carbon Tracker.
was founding Director of the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit 2014-2020 and is now a Senior Associate focusing on the international agenda. Richard's background is in journalism and broadcasting, having joined BBC World Service in 1985 & served as BBC News Environment Correspondent from 2002-2012. Richard is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Grantham Institute at Imperial College London, and frequently contributes to UK broadcast programmes and news media.
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