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Yearly emissions allowance cost for European energy company to touch EUR 400-500 million
Carbon Yatra  Feb 7 2008 9:02AM UTC

European energy company, Vattenfall, expects their annual emissions allowance cost to touch EUR 400?500 million. The national allocation plan for the second trading period, 2008?2012, was decided on during the autumn.

Kyoto market

Russia, Ukraine next to trade Kyoto carbon credits
Reuters UK  Feb 7 2008 5:12PM UTC

LONDON (Reuters) - Russia and Ukraine will be the next nations to join, within months, only a handful of countries physically connected to a U.N. emissions trading scheme, a senior United Nations official told Reuters on Thursday.

Post 2012

Stoltenberg stresses climate change in India visit
Aftenposten  Feb 8 2008 6:06AM UTC

Also high on the agenda are Norwegian industrial opportunities and maternal and child mortality. Stoltenberg is scheduled to meet with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today to discuss a new and comprehensive international climate agreement.


Passengers to pay high price of carbon cuts
The Australian  Feb 7 2008 11:35PM UTC

THE tourism and aviation industries risk being hit hard by both climate change and moves to solve the problem, a leading tourism economics expert has warned.


Neste Oil to surrender allowances equal to its total emissions in 2007
Carbon Yatra  Feb 7 2008 3:02PM UTC

Neste Oil to surrender allowances equal to its total emissions in 2007 Date: February 07, 2008 Source: Mumbai (Neste Oil) Neste Oil participated in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions trading by buying and selling a minor number of December 2007 emission

Gatta: Italian renewables target 'unreachable'  Feb 7 2008 11:46AM UTC

Enzo Gatta, chairman of the Italian Association of Electricity Enterprises (Assoelettrica), says Italy's renewables target of 17% is too high, particularly given the limitations to trading in renewables certificates.

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