Hannah Hauman

Trafigura

Head of Carbon Trading

Hannah Hauman was appointed to lead the newly established Carbon book in April 2021 as Global Head of Carbon Trading, reporting jointly to the Oil and the Power and Renewables divisions. Hannah joined the Trafigura Group in 2016 in Geneva, most recently serving as the Head of European Crude Trading and prior to this as the Global Head of Bitumen Trading. In the eight years prior to joining Trafigura, Hannah worked for a variety of refining, trading, and distribution companies in the US, most recently as a Middle Distillates trader for Shell in positions based in Houston and London. An American citizen, Hannah holds a Master of Business Administration from The University of Houston. Founded in 1993, Trafigura is one of the largest physical commodities trading groups in the world. At the heart of global supply, Trafigura connects the world with the vital resources it needs. Through our Oil & Petroleum Products, Metals and Minerals, and Power and Renewables divisions, we deploy infrastructure, skills and a global network to move commodities from where they are plentiful to where they are needed most, forming strong relationships that make supply chains more efficient, secure and sustainable. Trafigura also owns and operates a number of industrial assets including a majority share of global multi-metals producer Nyrstar and fuel storage and distribution company Puma Energy; and joint ventures Impala Terminals, a port and logistics provider, and Nala Renewables, a power and renewable energy investment and development platform. With over 1,000 shareholders, Trafigura is owned by its employees and employs over 13,000 people working in 48 countries.

Sessions With Hannah Hauman

Tuesday, 8 March

  • 07:30am - 08:35am (CST) / 08/mar/2022 01:30 pm - 08/mar/2022 02:35 pm

    Carbon Offsets: What's next?

    Panel Gas & LNG

    As global climate and net-zero ambition intensifies, the role of carbon offsets and the voluntary carbon market (VCM) have attracted the attention of many. Trading of offsets reached record levels in 2021 and there is unprecedented public and private sector interest in categories such as forestry and other nature-based solutions, as well as frontier carbon removal technologies. However, offsetting remains a wide-ranging, complex, and disputed space, and participants often risk heightened scrutiny over their involvement and decisions in this domain. What are the latest trends and observations? Are there emerging best practices and lessons learned for the private sector? How might the new Article 6 rules that emerged out of COP26 in Glasgow impact VCM? What are the key challenges and opportunities for different players in this space as we head into 2022?

Thursday, 10 March

  • 10:00am - 10:30am (CST) / 10/mar/2022 04:00 pm - 10/mar/2022 04:30 pm

    Breakthroughs in Nature-based Solutions: Afforestation & reforestation

    Panel Agribusiness & Biofuels Carbon Management/Decarbonization

    Natural carbon sinks—or nature-based solutions—are expected to be a critical contributor to meeting the global ambition of reaching net zero and they have exploded in popularity with private sector participants. Yet the impact of these solutions varies hugely, and they span multiple geographies and types of methods, often with large challenges and uncertainty about their true carbon mitigation potential. How can these solutions be categorized, and which ones will have most impact in the midterm? Forestry is a key solution, yet it is complex and includes afforestation, reforestation, and reducing emissions from deforestation and degradation (REDD). How do their costs/benefits compare? Should all be pursued, or should one be prioritized?