• CERAWeek
  • March 18 - 22, 2024

Beth Evans

S&P Global

Head of News

Beth Evans is the global head of news at S&P Global Commodity Insights. She oversees a team that creates insightful commodities news content and data visualization about the energy, metals and agriculture markets. Beth’s career of more than 30 years as an energy journalist has involved a focus on the oil markets, including managing Platts market reporters and assessing world crude prices such as the Brent international oil benchmark. She has also held roles as a front-line reporter, editor and publication manager. Beth began her career covering energy legislation and pricing in Washington DC. 

Sessions With Beth Evans

Tuesday, 19 March

  • 01:00pm - 01:30pm (CST) / 19/mar/2024 06:00 pm - 19/mar/2024 06:30 pm

    Carbon Credits: Opportunities and challenges as a policy tool

    Climate & Sustainability

    Carbon credits are a vital tool in tackling climate change. How do carbon credits incentivize emission reductions and drive innovation? With offsets a key strategic tool for companies and countries to meet net-zero goals, how are companies using offsets in their strategic planning and investment decisions as they navigate the path to energy transition? What are the benefits and limitations of using offsets as a tool to address climate change?

Wednesday, 20 March

  • 12:00pm - 12:50pm (CST) / 20/mar/2024 05:00 pm - 20/mar/2024 05:50 pm

    Operating in Volatile Commodity Markets

    Markets Fundamentals

    Commodity markets are facing renewed volatility. Whether it is the rise of a grey market for sanctioned oil exports, economic surprises or disruption of flows through key chokepoints like the Suez and Panama Canals and the Bab al-Mandeb, the physical flow of oil, LNG and minerals is in state of continuing instability. How are these challenges met by the organizations responsible for facilitating these flows, for the governments attempting to regulate them, the markets attempting to price underlying commodities and importers seeking stability and security of supply.  

Friday, 22 March