His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, has unveiled his “Saudi Vision 2030” to reduce the Kingdom’s reliance on oil.

On 10 November 2015, the government of Saudi Arabia stated the desire to “achieve mitigation co-benefits ambitions of up to 130 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalent avoided by 2030 annually through contributions to economic diversification and adaptation”.

A long carbon position is a financial hedge for oil revenue declines (caused by a global shift away from fossil fuels).

A carbon investment is a ‘green’ investment and demonstrates a pro-active stance on the issue of climate change.

The Paris Agreement indicates that every country acknowledges the fact that they must manage their carbon risk. A carbon purchase can be a hedge for the price risk of a future carbon constrained world.

Saudi Vision

million tonnes of carbon dioxide avioded

infinite investment opportunity


Louis Redshaw

Louis Redshaw

Founding Partner

Louis has been actively involved in the European carbon markets since before their inception in 2005.

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James Edwin Parker Birmingham

James Edwin Parker Birmingham

Founding Partner

James was educated at the University of Kent, Università di Bologna, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies and Sophia Law School, Tokyo.

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