Focus: Energy & Resources Predictions 2012
Top 10 trends facing the global energy & resources industry
Volatility in commodity prices, breakthroughs in nanotechnology, new technologies in oil recovery, the future of oil field services, and the rising importance of water footprint for energy companies are among the issues explored in Energy & Resources Predictions 2012 from Deloitte's global Energy & Resources group.
This third edition of the Energy & Resources Predictions series launched at Deloitte’s recent annual EMEA partners’ seminar in Moscow. The two-day event focused on emerging energy trends in the EMEA region with a special focus on Russia and the CIS region.
Download the report and explore this collection of Deloitte thought leadership, including the Global oil & gas tax newsletter, to learn more about the trends that will influence this dynamic industry in 2012.
|Energy & Resources Predictions 2012
The energy and resources sector is in a constant state of change from pricing and technology issues to the impact of dynamic political situations around the globe. Deloitte’s Energy & Resources Predictions 2012 will give you a look at the top challenges and trends facing the industry in the coming year.
|Global oil & gas tax newsletter October 2011
The third edition of DTTL’s Global oil & gas tax newsletter focuses on technical developments in various jurisdictions around the world. Iraq is featured, as are hot topics from Australia, India, Russia, Uganda, British Columbia, and the United States.
|Gaining ground in the sands 2012: A deeper look at major trends and opportunities in the oil sands sector
This recent edition of Deloitte Canada’s annual Gaining ground in the sands report lists 10 key areas for concentrated improvement in oil sands development.
|Enterprise water management services
A water strategy is critical to brand and reputation, license to operate, business continuity, and innovation. Learn how Deloitte member firm practitioners can help with this critical business issue.
|Chinese corporate globalization: Influenced from the West, but practiced in the East
The closely wound relationship between the Chinese corporate world and the Chinese government is unlike anywhere else in the world. Chinese corporations must take an approach to globalization that ensures sustainable growth while meeting the government’s demands. This report is an introduction to the China-based approach to globalization, and how it has been implemented in the natural resources industry.
|The Middle East E&R whitepaper series
As the Middle East continues to feel the impact of the global financial crisis and changing political climates, governments are finding a new set of challenges in the energy and resources sector.