This site uses cookies to provide you with a more responsive and personalised service. By using this site you agree to our use of cookies. Please read our cookie notice for more information on the cookies we use and how to delete or block them.

Bookmark Email Print page


    Page   1/10   
  • Combination of factors sees drop in deals and drilling in North Sea
    Oil and gas firms may be adopting a “wait and see” approach before making further investment decisions in the North Sea, according to a new report from Deloitte.
  • Deloitte comments on the Wood Review
    The North Sea appears to be at a crossroads. Last year saw a 28% drop in exploration and appraisal drilling in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) but a 44% rise in the number of new fields starting production – the highest number for five years.
  • 2013 sees 44% rise in North Sea fields starting production but 28% drop in exploration and appraisal drilling
    The number of fields which began producing oil and gas in the UK hit its highest level for five years in 2013, as a number of operators focused on development activity. This is according to the latest report into offshore activity from Deloitte.
  • Deloitte: Boom in Africa infrastructure spend
    The infrastructure development boom across Africa has attracted investment worth US$222.7 billion, with 322 large infrastructure projects underway across the continent, according to a report by Deloitte.
  • Deloitte comments on government announcements for shale gas
    Roman Webber, head of oil & gas tax at Deloitte UK, commented: “Gaining the support of local communities for shale gas is crucial, so these announcements are welcome in supporting this.
  • Autumn Statement 2013: Deloitte comments on oil and gas tax measures
    The Chancellor has today announced details of a new UK tax regime which will apply to all onshore oil and gas projects granted development consent on or after today's date.
  • Deloitte comments on the annual energy statement
    Commenting on the annual competition assessments mentioned in today’s annual energy statement, Robin Cohen, partner at Deloitte, said.
  • The North Sea remains a focus for investment despite pause in Q3 drilling
    North Sea drilling activity eased during the third quarter of 2013 following an encouraging second quarter.
  • Deloitte comments on today’s announcement on nuclear energy
    Daniel Grosvenor, head of Deloitte’s UK nuclear practice, said: “Today’s announcement marks an important milestone for the UK’s energy industry.
  • Deloitte comments on Armitt review of infrastructure
    The proposals put forward by Sir John Armitt hold some promise for improving the delivery of infrastructure in the UK.
  • Page   1/10   

Get in touch

More on Deloitte