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Continuing change and market deregulation are transforming energy companies from regulated monopolies into market driven suppliers of competitively priced energy and related services. However, global markets for fuel, climate change and the government’s policy responses amidst an ever more integrated global market are creating uncertainty for the energy market.

Successful energy companies must be adaptable, flexible and able to respond to both local and global regulatory and market developments.  Government utilities and private power companies need skills and tools to address the challenges of changing market and economic conditions, while managing the delivery of their energy services to customers at a fair price.

The Deloitte Energy Excellence Awards provide an annual opportunity to recognise excellence and achievement across the electricity, oil, gas and petroleum industries.  

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How we can help you

Using our sound understanding of energy asset management and regulatory developments, we’ll work with you to anticipate and respond to change by helping you:

  • Develop flexible growth strategies
  • Improve your operational excellence
  • Achieve economies of scale through acquisition and organic growth
  • Gather and analyse information to drive better financial performance


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  • 2013 Deloitte Energy Conference
    On May 21-22, 2013, the Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions hosted more than 400 attendees at the 2013 Deloitte Energy Conference in Washington, D.C., for an in-depth view of how innovative thinking is making a difference in addressing the challenges and opportunities in today’s global and domestic energy markets. Industry executives, investors, and regulators participated in thought-provoking interactions to address "Innovation: Changing the Future of Energy."
  • 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.
  • 2013 Deloitte Energy Conference – Innovation: Changing the Future of Energy
    Speakers represent a cross-section of the world's energy industry, and the conference topics are of keen interest to energy company management, boards of directors, investors, and all other industry professionals.

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    Corporate Finance Partner & Energy Sector Leader
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    Process and risk management

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