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|Water tight 2012: The top issues in the global water sector
The era of cheap water is over: How do global trends affect governments, utilities, and private sector policy?
|Oil & Gas Reality Check 2012: A look at 10 of the issues facing the oil 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.
|Deloitte at the 20th World Petroleum Congress
4-8 December 2011, Doha, Qatar.
|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.
|Energy & Resources Predictions 2012
Global Energy & Resources today launches its third energy predictions report, Energy & Resources Predictions 2012. Themes include: a look at the impact of Arab Spring” on oil markets; volatility in commodity prices, nanotechnology breakthroughs, and water footprint for energy companies.
|Gaining ground in the sands 2012
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.