How Carbon Management Transparency is Changing with Investor Guidelines

EIV Capital’s David Finan shares how investors are deciding which carbon management practices are worth pursuing, as well as the trillions of dollars of capital needed to reach net zero.

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FORT WORTH, Texas—Relying solely on carbon offsets to hit net-zero targets isn’t going to cut it anymore, according to energy investors.

With a swelling number of corporations purchasing carbon offsets as a main source of reducing their carbon footprint, EIV Capital partner David Finan said a rising offset demand is coinciding with higher amount of capital that needs to be allocated to the business.

“If you think about the number of companies that are in the S&P 500 that have signed on for a net-zero commitment by 2040, that's a tenfold increase in the amount of offsets that are needed from today to 2040,” Finan shared at Hart Energy’s Carbon Management Conference on May 16.

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Madison Ratcliff

Madison Ratcliff is an associate editor for Hart Energy's editorial team.