Airlines face 82-million tonne shortfall of carbon allowances in 2012
The commercial airline sector will have to buy 82 million tonnes of carbon allowances next year in addition to free allowances, according to an aviation consultancy
Energy Risk Advisory Firm of the Year Award: Thomson Reuters Point Carbon
Advisory firm of the year: Thomson Reuters Point Carbon
Delay of aviation EU ETS inclusion ‘unlikely’
Experts doubtful over a delay to aviation's entrance into the EU ETS due to the volcanic ash cloud, after Lufthansa CEO calls for delay until 2013
Volcanic ash cloud could reduce airlines’ carbon allowances
Market experts have warned that last week’s Europe-wide flight disruptions, following the volcanic ash cloud precaution, will affect the aviation industry’s carbon allocations under the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) from 2012.
Green skies ahead?
Biofuels could become part of the jet-fuel blend in as little as two years and ready for large-scale use by 2015, say experts. Katie Holliday talks to airlines, biofuels experts and carbon traders about the implications for the jet fuel market.
Airlines to face €1 billion carbon bill in 2012
Aviation's entry into the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) in 2012 is set to cost the sector €1 billion, a report by carbon analysts Point Carbon has shown.