Sep 16 2021 - 9:00am until
Sep 16 2021 - 11:30am
Heather Doyle [email protected]
Over the last few years, companies have been under increasing pressure to improve and expand their climate-related disclosures. The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) is one of the most supported disclosure frameworks, with the endorsement of more than 1,500 organizations globally (including 1,340 companies with a market capitalization of $12.6 trillion, and financial institutions responsible for assets for $150 trillion*).
TCFD has gathered momentum and widespread support from investors, insurance companies, financial institutions, and governments for its focus on connecting climate change and the transition to a low carbon economy with financial risks and opportunities. Energy companies worldwide are choosing TCFD as a framework to guide their climate-related disclosures.
Applying the TCFD framework to a company in the oil and gas industry has several unique challenges and complexities.
Whether your company is public or private, a producer, midstream or a supplier, you will benefit from understanding how providers of capital (e.g., investors, lenders and insurance companies) use climate-related information to assess your company’s resilience to climate change.
1. What is TCFD?
2. TCFD and the Oil and Gas Industry – Investor expectations and implications for my business
3. TCFD Recommendation 1: Governance
4. TCFD Recommendation 2: Risk Management
5. TCFD Recommendation 3: Strategy
6. Use of Scenarios
7. TCFD Recommendation 4: Metrics and Targets
8. Guidance for Disclosures
9. Best Practices / Case study
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