Deloitte’s Oil, Gas & Chemicals leaders from across the globe share their perspectives on critical issues affecting the Oil, Gas & Chemicals industry today. Sharing their insights through a series of short video interviews, our subject matter experts unpack practical considerations on how to navigate uncertainty, address changing customer needs, and adapt to evolving energy demand and pricing outlooks.
Andrew Botterill, National Oil, Gas & Chemicals Leader, Deloitte Canada and Jamie Avey, Partner, M&A Advisory, Deloitte Canada discuss the current M&A landscape in Canada and likely future trends. Topics of discussion include the role of private equity in the oil and gas sector, using M&A to combat the impacts of 2020, and the effect that energy transition pressures will have on oil companies to diversify their portfolios.
Andrew Botterill, National Oil, Gas & Chemicals Leader, Deloitte Canada and Henry Stoch, Sustainability & Climate Change Leader, Deloitte Canada assess the impact that ESG factors are having on oil and gas producers. The conversation covers why business diversification is core to energy transition, why future opportunities won’t just be on offer to larger organisations but to all in the sector, and why a broader ecosystem approach will be necessary to succeed in achieving net-zero targets.
Andrew Botterill, National Oil, Gas & Chemicals Leader, Deloitte Canada and Roland Labuhn, Oil & Gas Consulting Leader, Deloitte Canada take a look at the top technology trends for oil and gas organisations in Canada. Topics of discussion include the acceleration of digitisation due to COVID-19, the role technology can play when trying to decarbonise and the critical difference of simply ‘doing digital’ to ‘being digital’ as a way of operating.
Andrew Botterill, National Oil, Gas & Chemicals Leader, Deloitte Canada discusses with Neil Hunter, Director, Human Capital Consulting, Deloitte Canada how the workforce of the future will look like in the oil and gas sector. The conversation covers the current status of the talent pool within energy and resources, the increasing gap between corporate and front line job functions as a result of COVID-19, and the opportunities to re-skill and deploy talent in other areas of an organisation.