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  • Potential Bowland Basin shale gas development
    Deloitte UK analysis shows that the Bowland Basin shale gas production could generate tax revenues of around £580 million per annum by 2020.
  • Oil & Gas mergers and acquisitions report – Midyear 2013
    After a spate of deals at the end of the last year, the oil and gas industry took a bit of a breather from merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the first half of 2013. This report covers deals from the first half of the year by sector and reveals the insights of Deloitte M&A specialists on what is driving activity and what this says about how the business is changing.
  • Oil and gas reality check 2013: A look at the top issues facing the oil and gas sector
    Looks at five of the primary challenges impacting the oil and gas sector globally, and provides our view of the direction which these trends will follow.
  • Exporting the American Renaissance: Global Impacts of LNG Exports from the United States
    A report by the Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions and Deloitte MarketPoint LLC
  • Oil & gas: Harnessing Australia’s energy advantage
    Part of a larger study into the implications of recent O&G investment & other sectoral linkages for broader economic policy settings.
  • Advancing Australia: Harnessing our comparative energy advantage
    How the oil and gas investment boom is delivering a major economic boost to Australia
  • Golden Rules for a Golden Age of Gas
    Natural gas is poised to enter a golden age, but this future hinges critically on the successful development of the world’s vast unconventional gas resources. North American experience shows unconventional gas - notably shale gas - can be exploited economically. Many countries are lining up to emulate this success. But some governments are hesitant, or even actively opposed. They are responding to public concerns that production might involve unacceptable environmental and social damage
  • Deloitte survey - Public opinions on shale gas development
    Enabling technologies have brought transformation to the oil and gas industry, where breakthroughs in horizontal and hydraulic fracturing technologies have allowed access to vast domestic energy reserves. To look beyond the heated rhetoric on natural gas extraction that often dominates media coverage, the Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions commissioned a survey, polling Americans about their attitudes toward shale gas development in the United States.
  • 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.
  • Energy & Resources Predictions 2012
    The report provides insight into the key themes likely to impact the energy and resources sector in 2012, including volatility in commodity prices, breakthroughs in nanotechnology, new technologies in oil recovery, future of oil field services, and the rising importance of water footprint for energy companies, which the report claims will be one of the key themes throughout 2012.
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