Emissions trading scheme (ets)
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Airlines set to remain on fringes of emissions scheme until 2016
Short-term fixes give rise to uncertainty, in contrast to long-term change needed to rescue the ETS, say firms
A critical July 3 vote in the European Parliament has brought the world's largest carbon market back from the brink of collapse. But participants say structural reform remains necessary to secure it...
The European Commission expects aircraft operators flying into and out of Europe to enter the EU Emissions (cap and trade) Trading Scheme (EU ETS). There is a significant body of literature that examines...
Energy market participants upbeat about development of California emissions market, despite legal threats
Uncertainty over a plan to postpone sales of EUAs is contributing to stalling prices and reduced liquidity
European Commission proposes back-loading a larger volume of European Union Allowances than expected, yet analysts downplay price impact
Legislation that would stop US airlines from complying with the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) survived a key vote in Congress this week, casting further doubt on the EU’s ef...
Australia’s carbon scheme takes it first step but future development remains uncertain due to political risk.
US Airways, which has stood out from the rest of the airline industry in recent years because of its refusal to hedge fuel costs, wants to hire someone to run a fuel hedging programme. The airline d...
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