Focus: Oil & Gas reality check 2012
A look at 10 of the top issues facing the oil and gas sector
After a 2011 full of surprises, what key themes are likely to impact the oil and gas sector in the year ahead? A new report, Oil & Gas reality check 2012, highlights several unfolding trends that may influence the way forward, including the changing role of Libya and Iraq, the continued decoupling of oil and gas prices, and Brazil's internal struggle to distribute oil wealth while continuing to encourage foreign investment.
The oil sector does not operate in a bubble. So how might these issues influence related sectors like mining, water, and liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports? Explore this collection of energy and resources thought leadership to learn more about what's ahead for companies in these dynamic industries.
|Oil & Gas reality check 2012: A look at 10 of the top issues facing the oil and gas sector
Released at the 20th World Petroleum Congress, this third annual report examines the oil and gas (O&G) sector and impacts of 2011, Libya's evolving political landscape, Iraq's increased stability, Brazil's emergence as an industry player, the global push toward shale gas production, and the decoupling of gas and oil prices. (Read the report in Russian.)
Watch as Deloitte's Energy & Resources Global Industry Leader Carl Hughes discusses Oil & Gas reality check 2012 on CNBC in Doha at the World Petroleum Congress.
|Global oil & gas tax newsletter - January 2012
The 4th edition of Global oil & gas tax newsletter focuses on technical developments in various jurisdictions around the world. It features Eastern Europe and hot topics from around the globe.
|Tracking the trends 2012: The top ten issues mining companies may face in the coming year
A suite of issues are becoming more severe for mining companies. This report articulates unconventional solutions to their conventional challenges. Read the report in French, Chinese, Spanish , Portuguese, Russian.
|Water tight: The top issues in the global water sector
The era of cheap water is over: How do global trends affect governments, utilities, and the private sector policy under increasing pressure to be stewards of this precious and shared resource?
|Made in America: The economic impact of LNG exports from the United States
A report by the Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions and Deloitte MarketPoint LLC that summarizes the findings of alternative scenarios regarding U.S. LNG exports and offers related strategic insights.