Through our global network of energy, utilities and mining professionals, we examine industry trends and issues and how they relate to risk, industry specific and financial regulation and reporting, taxation, sustainability and compliance, and company performance in the industry. Our views on emerging trends, best practices, methodologies and approaches comprise many of our thought leadership series and publications.
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PwC’s annual review of the top trends in the global mining industry. Analysis is based on the financial performance of the Top 40 mining companies by market capitalisation.
What Next for Nigeria’s Economy, navigating the rocky road ahead and PwC’s economic scenarios for 2015 and 2016.
Canadian LNG Projects and how our extensive global LNG experience can help you assess and manage your LNG Projects.
This PwC publication provides an analysis of SEC comment letters issued to registrants across the energy and mining value chain, including exploration and production, midstream, downstream, drillers, oilfield services, and integrated energy companies.
This PwC report addresses the economic impact of gold on the global economy, and looks at an entire value chain, including gold mining, refining, and fabrication and consumption. It helps us understand the fundamental role that gold plays in advancing economic development and ultimately the needs of society.
PwC’s2013 mining industry investor survey is the latest in a series of industry reporting surveys, gathering the opinions of specialist investors and analysts from key markets around the world.
This PwC publication explains why the mining industry is in crisis, despite the fact that volumes are up, dividend yields are up and commodity prices have fallen, but not crashed. Long term demand fundamentals are still there.
This PwC publication looks at how IFRS is applied in practice by mining companies, identifying unique issues for the industry. This edition also includes a number of examples to demonstrate how companies are responding to the various accounting challenges along the value chain.
Tumbling oil prices are bad enough, but are you prepared for a future that limits fossil fuels? Facing turbulence and complexity, energy executives need a plan that takes advantage of current conditions and bets on options for a new normal.
In this survey, of over 900 oil & gas companies, we look at the key working capital trends across the globe in various sub-sectors of Oil & Gas.
On July 15, 2015, the CNH, Mexico’s regulator of Oil and Gas activities, carried out the process of awarding contracts for exploration of hydrocarbons. The winner for the first bidding in Round 1 is the consortium formed by Sierra Oil & Gas, S. de R.L. de C.V., Talos Energy LLC and Premier Oil PLC, with the areas 2 and 7.
It seemed as if nothing could go wrong for oil-field services (OFS) companies — until recently.
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan are raising further the profile of oil and gas companies.
Africa has seen enormous successes in the exploration for hydrocarbons over the last decade, which has seen the entry of new country players in East Africa joining the ranks of their West African neighbours.
It is vital that management and shareholders fully understand the inherent uncertainties and risks associated with current estimates of their decommissioning liabilities.
You need to be confident your HR function has the skills, capabilities and processes to help you realize your goals, whether that be growing, sustaining or adapting your business.
This article focuses on the current environment for upstream Supply Chain organizations, the structure and practices that the study found to differentiate good and bad performance, and what Supply Chain organizations can do now to increase the value they provide to their companies.
PwC is the world’s leading professional adviser to the Oil & Gas industry, serving many of the world’s top global Oil & Gas companies.
Over the last seven months, we’ve seen the oil prices tumble by c60% – a move that was both sudden and unprecedented.
The upstream petroleum services sector has assumed a significantly expanded role in the oil and gas industry in recent years. This has been driven by strong demand for better technologies, a widening variety of highly-specialized products and services, and ongoing improvements in all three areas.
The Oil & Gas industry in Colombia is in an important historical moment in order to increase production and reserves with the aim of achieving permanency and sustainability of the sector.
The Fit for $50 concept focuses on how oil and gas companies should prepare for and act in weak hydrocarbon pricing environment. The focus is on the market drivers, key company metrics, and the target operating model that can help companies navigate the down-cycles and be positioned for the up-cycle.
PwC Canada conducts an annual survey on the Canadian oil and gas industry. The event includes an industry survey which becomes a publication. This year’s theme was “At a crossroads”, discussing the high cost Canadian oil.
Shale gas in Poland – speed up?
A webcast on the impact of recent country-by-country reporting and changes including risks and practical approaches. Essential for tax and finance professionals in extractives to collect key data by PwC
2014 Oil & Gas in Indonesia: Investment and Taxation Guide and Oil & Gas Concessions and Infrastructure Map
2014 Investor Survey of the Indonesian Oil & Gas Industry: Opportunities, Risks and Rewards - a balancing act
"In last year’s energy report, we explored key issues and areas of focus that could lead Canada to achieving energy superpower status. We now look back on these dialogues as rich sources of insight that are fundamentally direction-setting. Today, we see Canada at a crossroads." Reynold Tetzlaff, National Energy Leader, PwC Canada.
Welcome to our 2016 Power and Renewables Deals outlook. It is the latest in our annual series in which we look at mergers and acquisitions activity in the power utilities sector.
The chief financial officer (CFO) role is changing. It’s becoming more strategically-focused, more value-focused and more future-focused.
The energy utility world of the future - PwC - your trusted energy transformation partner
The PwC Africa Power & Utilities Sector Survey is based on research conducted between November 2014 and March 2015 with 51 people holding senior leadership positions in the power sectors of 15 African countries.
With PwC you get an adviser with a dedicated capital projects and infrastructure team and extensive experience of big power projects. Whether it’s engineers, commercial lawyers, finance and regulatory experts or project managers, we’ve got the multi-disciplinary skills to quickly assemble a team that will give you the support you need.
More than 80 senior executives and experts from 12 different countries gathered in May 2015 in Paris, France, for PwC’s roundtable on the digital utility of the future and the strategies that companies are implementing to get there.
Welcome to our 2015 Power and Renewables Deals outlook. In this publication, we look at mergers and acquisitions activity in the power utilities sector.
Take a look at the megatrends and disruption dynamics that are changing the power sector.
Do you have a clear vision of the business models that will deliver success in the power sector of the future?
What are the future market scenarios that could unfold in an era of transformation change?
The impact on the power sector from the convergent forces of changes in customer behaviour, new forms of competition, renewable and distributed energy and regulation is creating new opportunities and challenges.
More than 50 senior executives and experts from ten different countries gathered in September 2014 in Brussels, Belgium for PwC’s roundtable on the market, regulatory and business models challenges facing distribution system operators (DSOs).
Power and utilities companies are often at the forefront of global sustainability and climate change issues, and are directly affected by the evolving expectations of the communities they serve. As populations become more urbanized and some jurisdictions begin to move towards more renewable energy sources, clear communication becomes even more important. Power and utilities companies need to tell a powerful story to support ongoing investment in their vital but often aging infrastructure.
Top executives and experts from different parts of the power & utilities sector gathered in May 2014 in Washington, DC, USA, for PwC’s roundtable on the customer transformation challenges facing the industry.
Growth in Africa is high, but with it comes unique challenges to the power & utilities sector, from strategy and people, to funding and revenue. Explore how PwC can help.
This PwC annual paper reports on mergers and acquisitions activity within the global power, utilities and renewable energy market
This report covers PwC’s roundtable meeting in September 2013, in Brussels, Belgium, on the challenges facing modern transmission service operator (TSO) companies. Participants were drawn from industry bodies, regulators and companies involved in TSO activity in different parts of world as well as from PwC.
Per Langer, Executive Vice President of Sweden’s Fortum Corporation on the future of the world’s energy systems.
This Capabilities Statement explains how PwC's Energy, utilities & mining can help firms in the sector deliver on their ambitions by providing practice-proven advice and support.
This PwC publications discusses the new regulatory reality facing commodity trading and risk management in the power and utilities sector.