Tag Archives: Andrew Leach

Two words: revenue neutral

National action on carbon emissions is coming. It’s expected, it’s needed and rather than fight it, smart businesses should weigh in on the discussion to help create the best outcome
By Ian McGugan
May 30th, 2016

Should Ottawa tax carbon emissions? British Columbia already imposes a levy on greenhouse gas emitters and Alberta will begin doing so next year. Meanwhile, Quebec forms part of a cap-and-trade system with California, and will soon be joined by Ontario … Continue reading

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The bubble in the room

Carbon-bubble theory says the value of hydrocarbons may be poised for a fall, taking energy company valuations with them. Nonsense? Doesn’t matter. Shareholders are asking questions—and looking for answers
By Robert Thompson
June 5th, 2014

Regardless of what industry you’re talking about, ExxonMobil is a towering giant. It is the world’s largest publicly traded oil-and-gas company (in addition to being the world’s third-largest public business) and it will play a central role going forward in … Continue reading

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