Focus: Rise of emerging markets in energy
How China and other BRIC nations are changing the game
The global economy is undergoing a paradigm shift, from a Western-dominated economic model to one that is more complex and perhaps multi-polar. The centers of consumption, production, and innovation are no longer concentrated solely in Western economies but are shifting to Asia, specifically China and India, as well as other emerging economies such as Brazil and Russia.
Deloitte’s global Energy & Resources industry group and Deloitte China hosted the inaugural Asia Pacific Natural Resources Forum in Beijing, China on 13 July 2011. This one-day event was focused on China's globalization of its natural resources sector, which includes Oil & Gas, Mining, Shipping, and Power & Utilities.
Explore this collection of reports to learn more about how China and other emerging nations like Brazil, Russia, and India are impacting the future of energy across the world.
|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. Therefore, 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.
|Global oil & gas tax newsletter, July 2011
The 2nd edition of the Global oil & gas tax newsletter focuses on technical developments in various jurisdictions around the world. Brazil is featured in this edition, plus hot topics from around the globe.
|Comparing BRICs and G6 nations in fossil fuels
This report, "If not BRICs, then what?" takes a closer look at the reserves, production, and consumption of fossil fuels in BRIC and G6 nations.
|Oil & Gas mergers and acquisitions: Rebounding with cash in hand
A recovering worldwide economy, stronger commodity prices, and credit markets are supporting oil and gas M&A activity. What are considerations for your next transaction? Watch our recent Dbrief webcasts to hear our leaders discuss these issues further.
|Empowering ideas 2011
The future of Nuclear. Risk management challenges. M&A – buy or sell? Renewables. Energy resource dilemmas. Data analytics and Smart Utilities. These are just a few of the top challenges facing electric power companies. Deloitte looks at the unfolding trends and how companies can manage these uncertainties.
|Global oil & gas tax newsletter March 2011
The first edition of a new Global oil & gas tax newsletter focused on technical developments in various jurisdictions around the world, including Australia, India, Malaysia, Russia, Vietnam, and Tanzania.
|Challenge to the industry: Securing skilled crews in today’s marketplace
Developed by the Shipping & Ports practice, this Deloitte survey of companies and practitioners addresses key issues confronting the global shipping industry and include the challenges to developing and retaining skilled seafarers.
|2011 Russian oil & gas outlook survey
Companies are planning to increase investments in areas that have suffered reductions in previous years, such as innovative solutions, research, and capital projects to prepare for rapid growth ahead. To learn more, get the report in English or Russian.