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Climate Strategy Dialogue

Unlock business opportunities associated with climate change policy developments.

Does your organization have the critical insight to prepare for a carbon-constrained future?

Climate Strategy Dialogue analysis unites and enhances research and data from across IHS to deliver an integrated, multi-sector, “big picture” perspective on key topics in the climate debate, including:

  • Emissions trends and drivers in major emitting sectors such as primary energy, power generation, transportation
  • Current and proposed regional, national and trans-national policy initiatives related to the global greenhouse gas emissions reduction effort, such as carbon taxes, cap-and-trade programs, renewable energy standards, efficiency requirements, carbon capture and storage requirements, and renewable energy subsidies

Receive forward-looking research, modeling capabilities and extensive data. These resources, along with workshop participation, help you understand the interplay of markets, policy, technology and consumer behavior and how these relationships shape company climate change planning strategies and industry competition.

Whether your organization is an integrated oil and gas player, utility group or other entity with current or possible future stakes in the energy value chain, this service can:

  • Enhance your current capabilities with expert global perspective on the risks and opportunities associated with climate change
  • Inform strategic planning decisions
  • Assess sector-specific carbon emission profiles and forecasts across the global oil and gas value chain
  • Forecast the future power generation mix and trajectory of CO2 price allowances by market
  • Evaluate the outlook for adoption and deployment of clean power technologies
  • Monitor the retirement of high emission power sources
  • Manage carbon risk

What’s Included

Research & Data
  • Regular research delivered via IHS Connect
  • Exclusive climate and CO2-related special reports and whitepapers compiled by Climate Strategy Dialogue research team
  • Relevant analysis and presentations from IHS Energy and other sectors
  • IHS Energy biannual climate-focused data workbook
  • IHS Energy Climate Policy Index (benchmarks orientation and extent of national energy-related climate change mitigation policies)
  • IHS Energy Carbon Capture Use & Storage Projects Dashboard
Analyst Access

Contact Climate Strategy Dialogue researchers to discuss published research and implications for member business operations, risks, plans and strategies. Our team calls upon the wider IHS thought leadership and research community for limited, supplemental support. IHS researchers with specialties from macroeconomics and country risk to chemicals and life sciences are present in 31 countries around the world.

Member Workshops

Meet a minimum of three times per year with fellow members, IHS analysts and select outside experts to learn about and discuss policy and market challenges. The program’s collaborative design fosters discussions across a broad range of topics to meet evolving client needs and interests.

Webcasts/Other Meetings

Receive invitations to webcasts featuring research analyst presentations and Q&A to discuss current issues and research themes. As schedules permit, the research team meets with members individually or in local groups, in person and via online discussions.

Key Questions

  • How will energy-intensive industries best adapt to increasing carbon constraints and the emerging low-carbon economy?
  • What policies and programs are being developed by national and sub-national governments in the run up to the Paris Climate Conference in 2015?
  • What trends in the power, automotive, and industrial sectors will drive global energy-related CO2 emissions growth?
  • How will EPA’s regulatory approach to reducing emissions in the United States shape the energy mix?
  • How will the evolving unconventional oil and gas revolution and associated changes in commodities markets impact GHG emissions around the world?
  • Will the interest in improving local air quality drive supply diversification and lower carbon sources of energy supply?
  • Will gas increase its penetration as a transportation fuel? If so, in what types of transportation, in which countries?
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