20-22 April | Online

The Asia Pacific Energy Assembly is the most senior and influential finance & investment meeting for the Asian energy sector.

This year will bring together decision-makers from across the energy value chain to discuss how they are responding to challenging market conditions and increasing ESG pressures and to map out the investment strategies that will enable them to capitalise on emerging opportunities and thrive in a low carbon era.

Carbon Tracker’s Kingsmill Bond, Energy Strategist, will be participating in the panel on day 3: The Role Of The Capital Markets In Driving The Energy Transition

  • Do the capital markets see the same returns potential and scalability from alternative energies that they have become accustomed to from traditional hydrocarbons?
  • How are the banks approaching the Energy Transition from an opportunity perspective and from a risk-reward perspective?
  • What role does the financial community have in driving change? Green loans, green bonds, transition bonds etc.
  • Are there regional differences in the capital markets’ approach towards financing hydrocarbons on the grounds of providing equitable economic development opportunities? US & Europe vs. Africa & APAC
  • Is carbon pricing needed to accelerate the transition? How might a carbon price induce changes in behaviour and what are the practicalities of what that means in a business context?
  • Could we see the introduction of a carbon tracker in Asian stock exchanges like we have seen in Europe? What does this mean for the development of derivative products etc.?
  • ESG & Credit Rating Agencies – measuring performance and determining valuations based on ESG criteria

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