2 Degrees of Separation: Transition risks for oil & gas in a low carbon world | Stockholm launch


Investors are invited to the Stockholm launch event on Tuesday, 5 September from 9:00am - 11:00am for a new research report entitled: "2 degrees of separation: Transition risk for oil & gas in a low carbon world" - produced by the Carbon Tracker Initiative in partnership with AP7, PKA, Legal & General Investment Management, FRR, PGGM, and the Principles for Responsible Investment.
The research breaks new ground in providing investors with a detailed analysis of 69 oil and gas companies' alignment with a scenario where global warming is limited to 2 degrees Celsius. It also includes estimates of the proportion of future capital expenditure and production that falls outside a 2 degree carbon budget. At the event, we will present this research and discuss how investors can use it to make their company engagement activities more robust. 
This event is co-hosted by the PRI, Carbon Tracker, AP7 and supported by IIGCC. The target audience is asset owners and investment managers.
To request an invitation or for more information on this event, please contact Ben Pincombe


09:00 Registrations & networking
Tea and coffee served
09:10 Introduction and welcome
Charlotta Dawidowski Sydstrand, Sustainability Strategist / ESG Manager, AP7
Paul Chandler, Senior Manager, PRI
09:15 Presentation of research and its implication for investors
Andrew Grant
, Senior Analyst Carbon Tracker
09:45 AP7’s perspective on the research and its uses for investor engagement and integration
Johan Florén
, Head of Communication and ESG, AP7
10:00 Roundtable discussions covering the use of research for engagement
10:35 Feedback from each of the roundtables
10:45 Collaborative engagement opportunities on oil and gas at IIGCC and PRI
Oliver Grayer, Project Manager, IIGCC and Ben Pincombe, PRI
11:00 Close
The PRI is pleased to partner with the Carbon Tracker Initiative and IIGCC    




Convendum Conference
Vasagatan 16
    Stockholm 111 20


05 Sep 2017 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM (CEST)

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