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New investment opportunity offering exit in 2013 with 10% uplift

The international carbon markets provide investors with exciting potential for long term capital growth. Certied Emission Reduction carbon credits, referred to as CERs, are a fast growing and globally traded commodity

 
PRLog - Jul. 18, 2012 - GIBRALTAR, Gibraltar -- New investment opportunity with minimum entry 10K GBP New CER carbon credits package is now ready with exit as early as May 2013.

1. CER price 5.25 GBP

2. Clients have the option to exit in May 2013 with 10% uplift or wait until 2016 with an anticipated 80% increase (based on aggregate forecasts of 10 analysts on 29 Dec 2011)

3. Set aside may drive prices overnight to 20€ - in discussions now

4. Clients have the flexibility to exit anytime after May 2013 and by 2021

“Carbon Trading could be worth twice that of oil in the next decade” Guardian Newspaper UK

“California could face steep carbon prices.....emitters may pay $70 per tonne in 2018-2020”
Barclays Capital February 2011

“Deutsche Bank analysts raise their forecasts for carbon prices in the rst half of this year
by 25%” Point Carbon February 2012-05-16

“Countries such as Turkey, Chile Mexico & China are verging on pilot carbon market schemes by the end of the year under the guidance of a World Bank scheme.” Opportunities World Bank January 2012

Carbon - The Worlds Fastest Growing Market

The carbon trading mechanism sometimes referred to as the “Kyoto Surprise” has been
unexpectedly successful in the support it has drawn from developing countries and has
been a success story that is being rolled out today across the world. New Zealand is
currently operational, Australia starts on 1st July 2012 and South Korea, Mexico and China
are due to commence in 2015. Discussions are also underway in Japan, Canada, Brazil,
India, South Africa, Russia and the Ukraine to name but a few with a view to introduce new
carbon trading schemes which will take their lead from the Kyoto Protocol. Several others
such as Chile and Turkey could also launch pilot carbon market schemes by the end of this
year under the guidance of the World Bank scheme. There are a total of 24 additional emission
trading schemes being planned around the world. All these programmes will signi-
cantly increase the volume of CERs that are traded globally.

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