24 March 2010 | Markit Environmental Registry and Carbon Trade Exchange (CTX) yesterday launched the integrated Carbon TradeXchange, which creates a bridge between users Markit registry accounts and the trading platform, enabling participants to select VERs in their registry account for sale on a
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Carbon Offset firm is expanding beyond its web-based consumer market to distribute Verified Emission Reduction certificates through its direct sales forces in the USA, Europe and Asia
BUFFALO, N.Y., Sept. 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — CoolPass, Inc. was recently purchased by and is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of A1 Technology Group, Inc. (Pink Sheets: AOTY) which is traded on the OTC Pink – Grey Markets. The Company has plans to quickly upgrade its listing and commence full reporting.
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Afforestation – VER- Canada – $$
The McPhee Project is an afforestation project located about 20 km northwest of the City of Prince George in Northern British Columbia. The project, developed by Borealis Offsets, involves a change of land use from agricultural and marginal, unused bare land (rough pasture) to a permanent, managed sub-boreal forest ecosystem.
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London, 6 August: London-listed carbon project developers EcoSecurities and Camco both reported strong results for the first half of the year, with the former posting its first profit. In half-year results on Tuesday, EcoSecurities reported an unexpected
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Carbon Expo 2009, the worlds largest climate change fair, neutralized its emissions by 148 tons of CO2 equivalent. Garrigues Medio Ambiente, the Garrigues environmental consulting firm, was in charge of offsetting the emissions inventory during this event.
VER trading activity was rampant last week with several large tenders circulating the market. Increased pressure on pricing due to an oversupply of projects drove the value of recent vintage issued Chinese and Indian RE VCUs to sub $3 levels, with non RE credits trading at sub $2. Exotic non-US RE VCUs are holding at around $4.25. Demand for all types of US credits continues to expand. US VCS and CAR CRT offsets are being eyed for pre compliance with 5 year forward strips of methane projects dominating buyer mandates. Issued OTC CRTs are $6/$7 with forward strips $5.50/$6.50 bid/offered. The Dec 2009 CCX traded CRT contract settled at $5.05 Friday down from $5.90 last week.
ERA Carbon Offsets Ltd. Executes Term Sheet With European Power Company for the Purchase of 500,000 Tonnes of Verified Emissions Reductions (VERs) in 2009 and 2010
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VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA — (Marketwire) — 06/10/09 — On June 2, 2009, ERA Carbon Offsets Ltd. (ERA) (TSX VENTURE: ESR) executed a Term Sheet with an established European Power Company for the purchase of 500,000 tonnes of Verified Emissions Reductions (VERs).
By Gareth Turner 17 May 2009
Activity in the VER market is expanding as locations and products diversify further. There is heightened European demand for both issued and forward bilateral CAR CRTs despite no CRTs trading on CCFE this week. The Dec09-Dec18 strip is priced at $7.01 on the Exchange. VCU interest continues to centre on exotic South American and South East Asian renewable credits, trading round a dime lower from last week at $5.15. Vintage matching is growing in prevalence with end-users demanding 2009 credits to offset 2009 emissions.
Gold Standard VER offsets remain around
By Gareth Turner 11 May 2009
VER pricing is holding at around the $5.25 level for recent vintage issued RE VCUs. Project location now dominates buyer demand specification in divergence to volume size, with SE Asian and South American VERs the offsets of choice. Interest in CAR CRT credits is growing despite the limited number of methodologies available, currently $7/8 bid/offered. Efficient issuance and project processing are driving positive sentiment with counterparties confident the American market will improve carbon liquidity previously hampered by EB & DOE delays.
Gold Standard interest remains inconsistent despite competitive pricing with issued credits