03.01.2014 - Global carbon market contracts 38pct as prices and volumes drop
Global carbon markets traded a total 38.4 billion worth of allowances and credits during 2013, a 38% decrease from the 62bn the previous year, in a continuation of the decline that started after the market peaked at 96bn in 2011. Since then, the key European reference price of emissions has fallen from 18 to 5 per tonne of carbon dioxide. Last year also saw a decrease in terms of volumes from 10.7 billion to 9.2 billion emission units the first drop in traded volumes since 2010, according to analysis published today by Thomson Reuters Point Carbon, the leading provider of market intelligence, news, analysis and forecasting for the energy and environmental markets...............................................Full Article: Source
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