Long-Term Option Contracts for Carbon Emissions

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Abstract

This paper proposes and considers the sale of long-term put options for carbon by the UK Government as an element of a programme for encouraging long-term investments to reduce carbon emissions (including carbon capture and enhanced oil recovery/storage schemes).
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-23
Number of pages23
VolumeNo. 105
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2007

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NameNorth Sea Study Occasional Paper

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Kemp, A. G., & Swierzbinski, J. (2007). Long-Term Option Contracts for Carbon Emissions. (pp. 1-23). (North Sea Study Occasional Paper).

Long-Term Option Contracts for Carbon Emissions. / Kemp, Alexander George; Swierzbinski, Joseph.

2007. p. 1-23 (North Sea Study Occasional Paper).

Research output: Working paper

Kemp, AG & Swierzbinski, J 2007 'Long-Term Option Contracts for Carbon Emissions' North Sea Study Occasional Paper, pp. 1-23.
Kemp AG, Swierzbinski J. Long-Term Option Contracts for Carbon Emissions. 2007 Apr, p. 1-23. (North Sea Study Occasional Paper).
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