Energy companies around the world are choosing the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) as a framework to guide their climate-related disclosures.
But applying the TCFD framework to a company in the oil and gas industry has several unique challenges and complexities.
Join Rosa Rivero of Responsibility Matters in a new course – Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) primer for oil and gas – where she will explain how oil and gas companies can get started on adopting the recommendations before the framework potentially becomes mandatory.
Register here before August 1 to save 10 per cent on the course.
The course will cover the four recommendations, and showcase best practices, a case study and more.
Whether your company is public or private, a producer, midstream or a supplier, you will benefit from understanding how providers of capital use climate-related information to assess your company’s resilience to climate change.
Who should attend?
This course is a primer for board members, executives and reporting professionals in the oil and gas industry (including producers, midstream and suppliers) who are responsible for overseeing or contribute to the preparation of risk disclosures in their companies.
- What is TCFD?
- TCFD and the Oil and Gas Industry – Investor expectations and implications for my business
- TCFD Recommendation 1: Governance
- TCFD Recommendation 2: Risk Management
- TCFD Recommendation 3: Strategy
- Use of Scenarios
- TCFD Recommendation 4: Metrics and Targets
- Guidance for Disclosures
- Best Practices / Case study