Andrew Howell

Senior Director, Sustainable Finance, New York, NY

Area of Expertise: Oil & gas, petrochemicals, transportation and natural climate solutions

Media Contact:Negin Janati

Andrew Howell is Senior Director of Sustainable Finance at EDF, where he is responsible for engaging with the investor community to help accelerate the energy transition. He works on a range of sectors including oil & gas, transportation and financial services. Previously, Andrew was an equity research analyst with Citi Research, where he led a top ranked research team focused on emerging and frontier markets. Andrew has also worked at the Emerging Markets Investors Alliance, where he led investor ESG engagements in the mining and energy sectors. Andrew attended the University of Pennsylvania and Insead, holds the CFA and Fundamentals of Sustainable Accounting (FSA) designations, and is fluent in French and Russian.

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oil and gas methane abatement

Financing Methane Abatement: An introduction to sustainable finance instruments

Creating the right financial instruments can enable cash-constrained national oil companies to pursue rapid oil and gas methane abatement.

An Investor Guide to the SEC Rule on Climate-Related Disclosures

A new SEC climate-related disclosure rule will help investors assess financial risk and strengthen the health and stability of the US financial system

MethaneSAT

MethaneSAT: What You Need to Know

For the finance sector, MethaneSAT satellite data will enable a step change in oil & gas risk and performance evaluation.

Anchors Aweigh: New opportunities for investors in maritime decarbonization

Aligning the maritime shipping sector with a 1.5°C target requires all hands on deck. EDF and asset manager LGIM are plotting paths to get there.

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What investors need to know about carbon credits

High-integrity carbon credits can help accelerate the net zero transition by financing emission reduction and removal activities.

Carbon Credits 101 For Investors

For investors in companies that purchase carbon credits, understanding credit integrity is important to gauging climate performance.