Carbon trading firms positive about future of EU ETS

Market participants optimistic due to political support, survey finds

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After years of uncertainty about the market’s prospects, sentiment towards the beleaguered European Union Emissions Trading System (ETS) has turned positive, a survey by Energy Risk indicates.

Some 67% of 116 survey respondents said they felt positive about the future of the world’s largest emissions trading scheme, while just 33% said they felt negative. Respondents to the survey, which was held during November and December 2014, included oil majors, utilities, industrial firms, airlines, banks

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