Time Zone:
(UTC+01:00) Oslo
Markets
Bidders in EU carbon auctions fall to fewest since 2012

LONDON, Aug 1 (Reuters) - European Union carbon allowance auctions held last month attracted on average the fewest bidders since 2012 as utility buying remained below last year’s levels and returns from investing in Europe’s emission market fell.

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

EU carbon hits 4.5-mth high on supply curb, power bets

LONDON, Aug 1 (Reuters) - European carbon prices reached their highest level since March 17 on Friday as traders bet that fatter profit margins for utilities and a month of reduced auction volumes would spur further gains.

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

NZ carbon drops fifth straight week as new supply offered

Aug 1 (Reuters) - New Zealand carbon permits recorded a fifth consecutive week of losses with prices shedding another 1.3 percent to close on Friday at NZ$3.90 ($3.31), after a new supply of NZUs were offered for sale in the previous day's session.

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

EU must shield industry from future CO2 costs- manufacturers

LONDON, July 31 (Reuters) - Manufacturers in the European Union want clear assurances they will be insulated from costs of complying with emissions regulations before lawmakers agree reforms to the bloc’s carbon market, industry lobby group IFIEC Europe said on Thursday.

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

China regulator approves fresh supply for carbon market

BEIJING, July 31 (Reuters) - The Chinese carbon market regulator has approved 33 new projects that could yield up to 6 million offset credits per year, equivalent to around half the number of permits traded so far and piling pressure on already shaky carbon prices.

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

EU carbon prices rise 1.8 pct higher ahead of supply cut

LONDON, July 30 (Reuters) - European carbon prices rose 1.8 percent on Wednesday as a looming cut in supply from government auctions of permits provided support and encouraged steady buying from utilities.

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

EU sets dates for resumption of aviation carbon permit sales

LONDON, July 29 (Reuters) - European Union member states will sell a total 9.3 million aviation carbon permits across five auctions starting in September, the European Commission said on Tuesday, resuming sales following a near two-year hiatus.

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

EU carbon prices drop on Russia sanction news

LONDON, July 29 (Reuters) - European carbon prices lost more than 3 percent on Tuesday afternoon as wider energy prices fell on news that the EU had reached a deal on economic sanctions against Russia that would not target gas or coal imports.

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

German renewables meet 28.5 pct of power use in first half

FRANKFURT, July 29 (Reuters) - Power from renewable resources in the first half of 2014 made up 28.5 percent of German power consumption, up 3.9 percentage points from the same 2013 period and the highest half-year result to date, energy industry lobby BDEW said on Tuesday.

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

EU carbon prices climb to 4-month high

LONDON, July 28 (Reuters) - European carbon prices rose to their highest in more than four months on Monday as energy prices climbed and buyers stocked up amid tighter supplies of permits and on expectations of lower auction volumes ahead.

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

Shanghai carbon market cut 5 mln tonnes of CO2 - paper

BEIJING, July 28 (Reuters) - The nearly 200 firms in Shanghai’s emissions trading scheme cut their CO2 output by 5.3 million tonnes in 2013 compared with 2011, government officials said Monday, according to state-owned media.

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

INTERVIEW: U.S. envoy to U.N. aviation body hopeful on airline climate plan

TORONTO, July 25 (Reuters) - The new U.S. representative to the United Nations body that oversees civil aviation said on Friday he is hopeful the organization's members will be able to agree on a global system to curb carbon emissions from airlines.

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

Japan, Mexico sign carbon trade deal

July 28 (Reuters) - Japan and Mexico have signed a deal for Japanese companies to earn carbon credits by investing in technology to cut greenhouse gas emissions in Mexico - in Japan's 12th bilateral carbon agreemen

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

Europe Power- Curve prices hold on to gains, shy away from more

FRANKFURT, July 25 (Reuters) - European power forward benchmarks on Friday inched up to match the high levels reached so far on concerns that new sanctions on Russia may lead it to curb energy exports to Europe, but stopped short of extending them.

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

NZ carbon drifts further in pre-election lull

July 25 (Reuters) - Spot permits in New Zealand's emissions trading scheme fell 5 NZ cents over the week to close Friday at NZ$3.95 ($3.39), racking up losses for a fourth straight week as traders await general elections in September.

Buy/Free trialYou do not have access to this article

12345678910
Next

Publications

Carbon Market Daily
Provides an end of day market comment, price assessments and the latest news on the European traded markets.
To the publication


Carbon Market Europe
A weekly insight into current events and an overview of what happens in the EU emissions trading scheme.
To the publication


Carbon Market North America
This weekly newsletter covers all the major developments related to the carbon markets in North America. 
To the publication

Carbon Market Australia-New Zealand
Covers all the major developments related to the carbon markets in Australia and New Zealand.
To the publication

 

ICE last traded price
EUA last 30 days

Latest news