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ESG Insider is a podcast from S&P Global that takes you inside the environmental, social & governance issues shaping the business world today. In each episode, co-hosts Lindsey Hall and Esther Whieldon interview ESG experts, leveraging S&P Global data to shine a light on the sustainability opportunities and risks that business leaders and investors need to know about. Lindsey Hall is head of ESG Thought Leadership at S&P Global Sutainable1 and Esther Whieldon is a Senior Writer on the team.
 
Energy Evolution is a new podcast from S&P Global Market Intelligence that explores the ways the energy industry is changing. Co-hosts Dan Testa, Allison Good and Taylor Kuykendall spend each episode talking to leading experts from the energy and finance fields and breaking down the trends that the policy makers, traders and industry professionals needs to know about. The team uses the reporting firepower and data resources of Market Intelligence to tackle the big issues of the day and chang ...
 
Hosted by 3D/L Financial Group, LLC. we bring you innovative ideas from investment experts and practice and business management leaders. Check back often to hear from fellow financial advisors talk about what is working for them; service providers describing best of breed technology, product and practice solutions; as well as, economists, portfolio managers, analysts and investment product specialists from all ends of the industry spectrum, from mega global managers to small but innovative b ...
 
SoMetro News SMN (formerly the Community Connection Radio Show ft Jacey) is dedicated to providing straight forward news and views to listeners around the world. SMN will continue to produce shows like the Community Connection Radio Show featuring Jacey to educate and inform listeners around the world about some of the the injustice, brutality and corruption that is present in law enforcement, government and business organizations. SMN also works to promote entrepreneurship and good business ...
 
As the world constantly changes, then today is a simple as it gets! It’s your leadership capabilities that will make the difference for your business, your people and your success. Each week Adam Pacifico, leadership expert, author, opinion columnist and barrister will be joined by global experts, academics, rising stars, ambitious upstarts and disruptors across sectors, disciplines and geographies as we push, prod and provoke 'The Leadership Enigma.' Whether you are an entrepreneur, busines ...
 
The world is full of negative news and the planet is in crisis. This it can be downright disheartening and you feel that there is nothing that you can do. I am here to provide a different perspective. The Permaculture for the Future Podcast is about spreading positive and impactful stories, tips, and ways that each one of us can transition into a regenerative lifestyle. We talk about simple ways to make lifestyle changes and interview authors, teachers, and other folks that are collectively ...
 
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In mid-July 2021, the heaviest rainfall in a century triggered intense flash floods and inundated several towns in Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium, causing at least 188 deaths. The floods in Europe are a reminder that although emerging markets are likely to be hit hardest by a temperature rise, richer countries in the northern hemisphere are f…
 
Many of the key moments in the oil markets still echo today and are useful in looking at the challenges ahead for producers, consumers and markets during the energy transition away from fossil fuels. We spoke with Adi Imsirovic, a senior research fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies and former global head of oil at Gazprom Marketing & …
 
The EU is working to reform its Non-Financial Reporting Directive, regulation introduced in 2014 requiring large companies to report on environmental and social issues, such as the impact of climate change on their business and the diversity of its board. The proposed new rules, called the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), would …
 
The US Department of Energy’s newly rebranded Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management aims to fund the research and technology deployment that will help the US reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. We spoke with Acting Assistant Secretary Jennifer Wilcox, head of the office and a carbon capture expert, about some of the promising technolog…
 
Natural gas producers are partnering with data companies to reduce emissions amid growing pressure to decarbonize supplies. This episode features interviews with Chris Romer, the co-founder and CEO of Project Canary, and Andrew Baxter, the Environmental Defense Fund's director of energy strategy. The team also spoke with Andrew Logan, senior direct…
 
S&P Global Platts senior natural gas writer Harry Weber, S&P Global Market Intelligence senior midstream finance reporter Allison Good and Platts managing editor for Americas LNG Luke Stobbart discuss current trends in the North American midstream sector as operators of gas pipelines and LNG export terminals prepare to release financial results for…
 
Silos within the energy industry are coming down as companies confront the need to dramatically cut carbon emissions. The so-called energy convergence is the idea that companies, policy makers and regulators need to be more collaborative across the energy spectrum. Joe Brettell is a partner for strategic engagement at Prosody Group, which consults …
 
The EU has proposed a European Green Bond Standard as part of its strategy to drive investment into sustainable finance and achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050. The new rules will also aim to protect investors from greenwashing, which is when an investment is made to sound greener than it is. Although they represent a tiny fraction of the ove…
 
In this episode, Matt Shute is joined by Korrine Kohm of Compliance Solution Strategies. They discuss the regulatory climate, new updates, marketing, and what is in store for advisors and advisory practices going forward. Korrine currently holds the position of Director of Retail Wealth Manager Services for Compliance Solutions Strategies (CSS).…
 
This episode is part of The Leadership Enigma CEO Series with SatinderPal (SP) Singh, CEO of Adani Total private Limited in India. SP chats about the power of humility and empathy as he fondly remembers washing dishes in Australia in order to make ends meet and how, as CEO he still uses that human centred approach to be able to work across regions …
 
The world’s biodiversity is in peril and its loss poses big financial risks to businesses and the global economy. More than half of the world's economic output — or about $44 trillion — is moderately or highly dependent on nature, according to the World Economic Forum. Moreover, the collapse of biodiverse ecosystems could hurt global GDP by $2.7 tr…
 
In this episode, we have the pleasure of catching up with David Braun, Senior Portfolio Manager at Pacific Investment Management Company (PIMCO). Inflation has emerged as one of the key risks to the market narrative as it remains top of mind by many Americans as expressed in recent polling. We discuss PIMCO’s outlook on inflation and why current el…
 
US refineries have ramped up production in the second quarter as domestic demand for gasoline and diesel grows and global energy markets begin to adjust back to pre-pandemic demand and production levels. Increasing US Gulf Coast refinery utilization has had an adverse impact to clean and dirty tanker freight in the Americas, however, leaving shipow…
 
The UAE and Saudi Arabia are locked in a dispute over how to ease oil-production limits as global demand recovers from the pandemic. Nareeka Ahir, a geopolitical analyst at S&P Global Platts Analytics, tells us about the oil market risks that could emerge from the fight. She also shares the latest geopolitical risks from the Iran nuclear talks, Ira…
 
Front Line Defenders Rights on the Line podcast, presenting the voices, perspectives and experiences of human rights and human rights defenders (HRDs) across the globe. In this episode, we chat to two HRDs who were a part of the SEA-EYE 4 ship crew, which rescued 408 people from five different refugee boats in distress in May 2021. Sophie Weidenhil…
 
Freeport LNG CEO Michael Smith joined us to talk about the state of the market, his company's expansion plans, climate concerns and the start of the Atlantic hurricane season. Activity has started picking up for US developers of new liquefaction terminals after a two-year lull in firm commercial deals that predated the coronavirus pandemic. For exi…
 
In this episode of the S&P Global Platts Agriculture Focus podcast, the Platts EMEA Agriculture team discusses how the prices of different agricultural commodities, from wheat, corn and rice, to veg oils, sugar and biodiesel, have fared during the coronavirus pandemic and whether we can expect any knock-on effects in the coming months.…
 
More than 50 years ago, explorer Jacques Cousteau introduced millions of viewers to the marvels of the undersea world. In 2021, the ESG world is increasingly focused on biodiversity, and the oceans are a big part of that picture. Goods and services from the world's oceans and coasts are worth at least $2.5 trillion annually, while the overall value…
 
Cheniere, the biggest exporter of LNG in the US, is working to secure sufficient buyer interest for a proposed mid-scale expansion at its Corpus Christi liquefaction facility in Texas. It is also pursuing initiatives to reduce its carbon footprint at Corpus Christi and at its Sabine Pass export terminal in Louisiana, and give customers more informa…
 
The move from fossil fuels to cleaner energy sources can have a big impact on the communities that once depended on those industries. Our guest for this episode is Brian Anderson, director of the National Energy Technology Laboratory. He was recently tasked with leading the Biden administration's Interagency Working Group on Coal and Power Plant Co…
 
Joe Fredericks is the Chief Strategy Officer for PCA. He joins me with my studio guests Keith Douglas, EVP Mastercard and Dr Katie Best, author and educator. Joe talk us through 'The Leadership Equation' as a way of ensuring we are a Force for Good, something that Mastercard incorporates as part of their cultural DNA. The Leadership Equation: (TQ +…
 
Joel Casse is the Global Head of Leadership Development for Nokia. In this fast paced and insight packed episode, we chat about the importance of leaders managing their own brand to engage and inspire people. We discuss the difficulties for experienced leaders to 'unlearn' decades worth of education, experience and wisdom in order to contemplate ne…
 
Part 3 of the Anniversary Episode with Cheryl Stokes, Partner at Hedrick & Struggles and Greg Orme, author of 'The Human Edge' which won Business Book of the Year 2020. In this episode we chat about The Inclusive Human Centred Leader and how we must rely on the 4C's (Consciousness, Curiosity, Creativity & Collaboration) to differentiate ourselves f…
 
Raw feed materials have seen unprecedented growth in prices, putting a dent in the Asian feedmakers’ margins. In this podcast, S&P Global Platts editors Elizabeth Thang, Takmila Shahid, and Ivy Li examine factors impacting the buying patterns of Asian customers, including supply and demand fundamentals, the impact of weather conditions on prices, a…
 
Flows of naphtha from the US Gulf Coast to Asia have reached record highs in May and June, drawn by fresh demand from Asia’s steam crackers returning from seasonal maintenance and new units coming online over the second half of June. Though higher refining rates and dampened demand for gasoline in the US have opened wide this normally delicate naph…
 
Investors are increasingly calling on companies to reflect climate-related risks in their financial results. In September 2020, global investor groups representing more than $103 trillion wrote an open letter asking companies and their auditors to include climate-related risks in financial reporting. Accounting standard setters and international au…
 
As extreme weather events continue across the US, they're disrupting energy supplies and demanding more planning for the future. Texas and California have both in recent weeks asked residents to conserve electricity to avoid power grid failures, only a few months after crippling power outages during Texas' deep freeze. And the Gulf Coast just start…
 
It's already become clear which areas of the US power market are likely to face challenges this summer, with alerts and price spikes in Texas and California in recent weeks, where drought, wildfires and other factors have become recurring threats. The S&P Global Platts power news team gives its summer power market outlook, looking at trends around …
 
Tanker and dry bulk shipping freight market for inbound and outbound trade from India has become come expensive due to the lingering COVID-19 pandemic. India is one of the world's largest importers of coal, vegetable oils and crude. It exports substantial volumes of refined products and dry bulk commodities such as iron ore, pellets, steel and salt…
 
It's no secret that the power sector is undergoing dramatic changes. Market dynamics and ambitious decarbonization goals set by the Biden administration are driving a transition away from fossil fuels and toward more renewable energy and electric vehicles. Consumers and investors are also expressing new expectations for sustainability and a cleaner…
 
Part 2 of The Anniversary Episode features the wonderful Alexandra Altinger CEO of JO Hambro Capital Management and Lale Topcuoglu MD at Swiss Re with my studio guests Dr Katie Best and Keith Douglas. We chat all things leadership including how we lead in a virtual environment and still ensure connection, empathy, care and wellbeing. How has Alexan…
 
On June 17, 2021, U.S. President Joe Biden signed legislation making Juneteenth a federal holiday. In this episode, we’re looking at how corporate America is changing its approach to diversity — and race in particular. June 19th, or Juneteenth, marks the official end of slavery in the U.S. in 1865. But the ugly systemic racism that slavery was buil…
 
Jake Breeden is the Head of Global Learning Solutions at Takeda. We talk about the power of a 240 year old corporate philosophy that provides direction and comfort during times of constant change. "The map changes all the time but the compass stays the same." We discuss lifelong learning for individuals and organisations and Jake uncovers his appro…
 
Deborah Rowland is a pioneer thinker, author of "Still Moving - How to lead mindful change" and a global educator. In this compelling episode Deborah discusses how 'change has changed' and how being in the moment, becoming totally self aware, more intentional as opposed to acting on auto pilot is more essential than ever for leaders. Deborah also e…
 
New York has one of the most aggressive decarbonization plans in the country through its Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, which sets goals for building several gigawatts of renewable energy capacity, including offshore wind, battery storage and the transmission lines to connect those resources with urban demand centers. In this edit…
 
U.S. utilities are responding to growing demand for electric vehicles by forming new coalitions to build charging infrastructure for their consumers. Energy Evolution spoke with two leaders in the utility space to better understand the trend. This episode features interviews with Badar Khan, the U.S. President of National Grid and Matthew Forck, th…
 
Venezuelan sanctions and the Maduro regime have been a backburner issue so far for US President Joe Biden. When he was elected, many energy analysts predicted he would grant some sanctions relief on humanitarian grounds. Fernando Ferreira, director of Rapidan Energy Group’s Geopolitical Risk Service, predicts we'll start to see the White House's di…
 
Regulators and supervisors around the world are increasingly concerned about the effects of climate change on financial stability. So they’re turning to climate stress tests to amass key data on financial institutions’ exposure to potential stranded assets and their ability to manage risk. Since the 2008 financial crisis, stress tests have become a…
 
Anniversary Episode Pt1 with Dr Katie Best, Leadership Coach and MBA faculty & Keith Douglas, Executive Vice President Mastercard MPGS. This podcast is taken from the live studio introduction of the Anniversary Episode. We discuss, what is leadership? How has the pandemic changed the questions leaders ask themselves? Have the Ways of Working change…
 
As piracy attacks grow in the Gulf of Guinea, the industry has banded together to make a statement – enough is enough, and the attack on merchant ships must come to an end. S&P Global Platts speaks to the Head of Maritime Security at BIMCO Jakob Larsen on what has pushed the industry to band together and what the Declaration means for the future of…
 
The US and Iran are entering a sixth round of indirect talks in Vienna aimed at restarting the 2015 nuclear deal. S&P Global Platts Analytics still expects the sides to reach a deal in the coming months, with the Biden administration removing sanctions on Iran's oil, petrochemical, shipping and other sectors by September. This sanctions relief woul…
 
Last week the ESG world saw a major shakeup at one of the world’s largest oil majors. Specifically, at Exxon Mobil’s annual proxy meeting, shareholders voted to replace three board members with directors put forward by a small activist investor group — known as Engine No. 1. The group claimed Exxon was not moving fast enough to address climate chan…
 
Stephen Cornes is a learning designer, global educator and executive coach with over 17 years experience having worked in 28 countries across sectors and levels of leadership. Stephen will explain what he means by the term 'Coach-ulting" and how executive coaching can help leaders at any level of an organisation through reflection, the power of que…
 
In this episode, we are pleased to be joined by Andrew Little, research analyst at Global X, to discuss investment opportunities around water technology such as sourcing, distributing, and increasing productivity of usage. The ESG movement has led to plenty of investor capital funneled into ‘green’ technologies focused on sustaining our living stan…
 
Investors are proving they have climate change and the energy transition on the their minds. Last week, activist investors got at least two seats on the ExxonMobil board of directors, and Chevron's shareholders approved Scope 3 emission targets, both which could lead to lower oil and gas production ahead. The popularity of ESG (environmental, socia…
 
China on May 14 announced that it will implement a consumption tax on mixed aromatics, light cycle oil and bitumen blend from June 12 in an effort to close a loophole in its tax system. This tax is expected to have repercussions not only in the domestic market, but also in the regional refined products market and crude markets. Mixed aromatics and …
 
What do Chipotle, an air conditioning company and one of the world’s largest activist investors have in common? They’re all tackling the challenge of how to incentivize executives to advance corporate sustainability goals. In this episode, we talk with Chipotle Head of Sustainability Caitlin Leibert about the company's plan to tie 10% of annual exe…
 
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