2 Degrees of Separation: Transition risks for oil & gas in a low carbon world | San Francisco launch
Investors are invited to the San Francisco launch event on Tuesday, September 12th from 2:00pm - 5:00pm 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 Legal & General Investment Management, AP7, FRR, PGGM, PKA, 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, Ropes & Gray and supported by Ceres.
|14:00||Registrations & networking
Tea and coffee served
|14:15||Introduction and welcome
Ophir Bruck, US Network Manager, PRI
Ropes & Gray
|14:30||Presentation of research and its implication for investors
James Leaton, Research Director, introduced by Henrik Jeppesen, Head of Investor Outreach, North America, Carbon Tracker
Anne Simpson, Investment Director, CalPERS
|15:30||Roundtable discussions covering the use of research for engagement|
|16:20||Feedback from each of the roundtables
|16:30||Opportunities for collaborative engagement on climate
Paul Chandler, Senior Manager, PRI
Andrew Logan, Director, Oil and Insurance Programs, Ceres
|The PRI is pleased to partner with the Carbon Tracker Initiative and thank Ropes & Gray for hosting this event.|