Welcome to Kenson Carbon Net Zero Capability Portfolio (KCNZCP)!

KCNZCP is a company-wide initiative to share information and practice to which will develop our capability in achieving Carbon Net Zero targets. There is a global acceptance to achieve Carbon Net Zero by 2030 and we intend to be an active participator in achieving this objective. KCNZCP is also consistent with the strategic direction of many of our clients and we intend to remain aligned with their Carbon Net Zero goals.

As we move forward under this initiative, we will embark on several informational and educational activities, for both our employees and members of the general public, so that they can improve their knowledge and understanding in this area. We will also undertake several relevant projects that will involve our staff and showcase their knowledge.

Throughout this site, we have included summaries and scholarly papers on several topics related to Carbon Net Zero. This is to give you, our visitors, broad overviews of each topic and hopefully encourage you to actively pursue more information on all things Carbon Net Zero.

We hope you enjoy our site and look forward to your participation and feedback.

To get in touch with a KCNZCP representative, please send an email to

Kenson Carbon Net Zero Capability Portfolio (KCNZCP)


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June 10, 2021

Court Orders Shell to cut emissions

            A recent report by the BBC News (June 10, 2021) indicated that a court...
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June 4, 2021

Direct emissions from three Stabroek Block projects equivalent to burning over 260,000 hectares of Guyana’s forests

The Kaieteur News of Jun 2nd, 2021 reports on a constitutional case filed in the Guyanese courts against ExxonMobil oil and gas projects, which purports that 90 million tonnes of greenhouse gases will be emitted directly from the three projects Liza 1, Liza 2 and Payara. This does not include the carbon dioxide that would be emitted when the oil and gas is eventually used in transportation fuels and other applications.
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June 2, 2021

Some Good News on the Climate Front by Gwynne Dyer

A well put together article that gives an update on recent court rulings, on actions taken by the ‘common man’ against the oil giants with positive results. The courts ruling that the companies must reduce their carbon emissions is in alignment with the Paris accord that requires a 45 percent reduction in emissions by 2030 to keep the average global temperature increase below the 1.5 deg C.
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