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Corporate Emissions Solution

Identify, track, and benchmark corporate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across value chains and portfolios

The global race towards decarbonization is underway and emission-related data has become a key component to focusing decarbonization efforts. After decades of incremental but insufficient progress, public and private action on climate change is now reaching a tipping point.

However, the large-scale and complex nature of climate and sustainability decisions – coupled with the lack of corporate emissions data and emissions profiles – still makes it incredibly challenging for businesses to factor in climate-related risks into their strategic processes. This has increased demand for decision-useful data and business-relevant analytics.

IHS Markit’s Corporate Emissions Solution provides standardized data and analytics on corporate greenhouse gas emissions across the global energy value chain and industrial sectors. Our end-to-end data GHG emissions ecosystem features rest APIs and robust data models that provide analytics on GHG emissions at the regional, sector, corporate, and portfolio-level to support businesses in their decarbonization efforts by:

  • Creating transparency into corporate emissions sources across the value chain
  • Identifying the greenhouse gas emissions impact from portfolio and investment decisions
  • Benchmarking corporate emissions data and quantifying drivers
  • Tracking corporate progression toward net zero emissions targets

Learn how the Corporate Emissions Solution can help your business Understand emissions across value chains
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Key Advantages of our Corporate Emissions Solution

  • Global, cross-sectoral coverage of emissions data:
    • 40,000+ Facilities
    • 2,000+ Companies
    • 40+ Countries
  • Forward looking corporate emissions data up to 2030
    • Direct (scope 1) and Indirect (scope 2) Emissions
    • Emissions sources
    • Primary products segmentation
    • Emissions metrics
    • Net zero targets
    • Zero flaring routine targets
  • Data Granularity
  • The expertise of our wide-ranging team of experts is unparalleled. Built out by the our Energy and Climate and Sustainability team, our corporate emissions offering is backed by deep knowledge and expertise in technology, analytics, and global emissions market.


Coverage includes:

Global GHG Emissions footprint

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GHG absolute emissions and emissions intensity by facility (names redacted)

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GHG emissions by sector

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GHG emissions (tons/year, names redacted)

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Bob MacKnight

His current work focuses on building analytical solutions for greenhouse gas emissions estimation across the energy and industrial value chains to support corporate decision making and climate risk analysis. Bob has worked with multi-national energy companies and investment banks to build analytical software and research products that support decision making in the energy industry. Prior to joining S&P Global he spent seven years at PFC Energy, leading consulting and research initiatives in the Upstream Practice. Bob has worked as a geologist on ExxonMobil's Chad Development Team, and with the US Department of Energy and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.He holds a BS and an MS from the University of California, Santa Cruz.

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Cathy Crawford

Cathy focuses on understanding and estimating life-cycle GHG emissions of hydrocarbon extraction through to combustion. Her expertise includes GHG accounting and carbon management in the oil and gas sector, other industrial sectors as well as the built environment. Prior to joining S&P Global, Cathy was a Senior Technical Advisor for the GHG Environmental Priority Area with Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA). In this role, Cathy provided leadership in facilitating effective collaboration to accelerate environmental performance.She has an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Calgary, Canada and is currently based in Calgary.

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Kevin Birn

Kevin is Vice President in the GHG Estimation and Coordination group within Energy and Natural Resources at S&P Global Commodity Insights. He is responsible for a small team of GHG experts tasked with assisting and ensuring consistency in GHG estimation efforts across Energy and Natural Resources. Kevin has authored numerous reports on GHG emissions through the hydrocarbon value chain and is a major contributor to GHG estimation strategy. He is also an established thought leader on the Canadian oil market and serves as the chief analyst for the Canadian oil market within the crude oil market group. He is regularly called upon to brief senior industry and government officials on energy related GHG emissions and on the Canadian energy market. Kevin is currently a fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute. Prior to joining S&P Global, Kevin was a Senior Economist with the Government of Canada and a Partner in a software firm.Kevin holds an undergraduate degree in business and a graduate degree in economics from the University of Alberta.

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Edward Oliver

Dr. Edward specializes in identifying investment opportunities, business strategy and assessing the economic and business impact of changes in policy and markets. He has been with the company since 2000.He specializes in identifying investment opportunities, business strategy and assessing the economic and business impact of changes in policy and markets for multinational corporations and institutional clients. He works extensively on research, analysis and due diligence projects for clients in all areas of the bio-energy (biomass, ethanol and biodiesel), livestock (dairy, eggs, poultry and meat), arable (cereals, oilseeds, proteins and sugar), and agricultural inputs (agrochemical, seed and fertiliser) supply chains.He is an agricultural economist by training and has a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from Imperial College and an MSc. in Farm and Rural Business Management from the University of Aberdeen, in addition to several other postgraduate and undergraduate agricultural and economics qualifications.

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Xizhou Zhou

Xizhou has expertise in power and renewable market fundamentals analysis and forecasting, power market design and policy analysis, renewable energy business models, and company strategies, among other areas. He previously headed the firm's Power, Gas, Coal, and Renewables practice in Asia Pacific while based in Beijing, where he significantly expanded the group's research and consulting coverage across the region with new teams established in Singapore, Seoul, Tokyo, Delhi, Penang, and Brisbane. Xizhou began his career at S&P Global through one of its predecessor companies, Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA), as part of its Emerging Markets and Global Power groups in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Before that, he worked as a consultant on regulatory economics for Industrial Economics, Inc. in Boston and as a research analyst at the World Resources Institute in Washington, DC. Fluent in Mandarin Chinese and proficient in Spanish. He serves as an editorial board member of China Petroleum Society's official journal, Guoji Shiyou Jingji (International Petroleum Economics). He is currently based in Washington, DC.Xizhou holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Environmental Management, both from Yale University in the United States.

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John Barsby

John has more than 15 years of experience in the petrochemical industry primarily in the engineering and high performance polymers sector, covering both technical and commercial aspects of the industry. Previously, John worked for Bayer, where he was responsible for business development and marketing, including marketing strategies, pricing studies, key OEM development, and application and project developments for engineering polymers business in the Middle East and Europe. He started with Bayer in the UK providing technical and development support to their automotive business. He then looked after automotive key accounts for both technical and commercial projects, advising on material selection and business planning. Prior to this, he worked in the high performance polymer compounding sector where he was responsible for new application and strategy development.John graduated from the University of Nottingham, UK, with a Higher Diploma in Polymer Engineering and an MBA.

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Etienne Gabel

Etienne has taken part in projects across Latin America, North America and Europe, focusing on power price projections, power generation and transmission outlooks, asset valuations, and the analysis of operational and investment strategies for utilities, project developers, financial institutions, and other market participants. Past projects include assisting a global power utility in developing renewable energy projects in emerging markets, evaluating strategies for corporate clean energy procurement, and conducting due diligence on large portfolios of thermal and renewable assets.Etienne holds a Bachelor of Science from Northwestern University, United States, and a Master of Science from Stanford University, United States. He is fluent in English, French, and Spanish and currently resides in Chile.

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