2 degrees of separation: Transition risk for oil & gas in a low carbon world - Sydney

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The PRI and Carbon Tracker are pleased to invite you to the Sydney launch event for a new research report entitled: "2 degrees of separation: Transition risk for oil & gas in a low carbon world". 

The research, produced by the Carbon Tracker Initiative in partnership with five European investors and the Principles for Responsible Investment, breaks new ground in providing investors with an analysis of 69 oil and gas companies' alignment with a scenario where global warming is limited to 2 degrees Celsius. Australian-listed companies included within the research universe are Oil Search, Woodside Petroleum, Origin Energy and Santos. 

At the event, we will present this research and discuss in a workshop session how investors can use it as part of their engagement and integration process. In addition to ESG analysts and climate specialists, oil and gas analysts are strongly encouraged to attend. 

This PRI and Carbon Tracker event is in partnership with IGCC and generously hosted by First State Super. 

For more information on this event, please contact Paul Chandler or Matt McAdam.

AGENDA

08:00 Registration & networking
Tea and coffee served
08:30 Introduction and welcome
Liza McDonald
, Head of Responsible Investments, First State Super
08:40 Presentation of research and its implication for investors
Mark Fulton
, Advisor, Carbon Tracker & Founding Partner, Energy Transition Advisors
09:10 Roundtable discussions covering the use of research for engagement & integration
09:30 Feedback from each of the roundtables
09:40 Update on climate engagement activities including the Climate Action 100+
Emma Herd
, CEO, IGCC
Paul Chandler, Head of Environmental Issues, PRI
10:15 Close

This PRI and Carbon Tracker event is in partnership with IGCC and generously hosted by First State Super.
           

Organiser

The PRI

Where

First State Super
Level 21, 83 Clarence Street
    Sydney NSW 2000
    Australia

When

22 Nov 2017 08:00 AM - 10:15 AM (AEDT)

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