PwChas published numerous publications on a number of Energy, utilities and mining topics.
All PwC Energy, utilities and mining Publications see on PwC Global web site.
|Power & Renewables Deals
2013 outlook and 2012 review
This annual publication looks at mergers and acquisitions activity within the global power, utilities and renewable energy market
0.71 MB | Free download
|European Power & Renewables Deals: Quarterly M&A outlook, Autumn 2012
This PwC publication provides an analysis of European merger and acquisition activity on a quarterly basis in the power utilities and renewable energy industries.
1.67 MB | Free download
|Embedding cyber security into the energy ecosystem:
An integrated approach to assessing cyber threats and protecting your assets
This publication discusses the implications of persistent cyber threats on energy companies and the challenges that security leaders face on a daily basis that can divert their focus, including demand for always-on services, intensifying regulations, mobility and initiatives like replacing aging industrial control systems with more modern "smart" devices.
2.23 MB PDF file | Free download
|Stay informed 2012 Financial Reporting Survey
This publication helps energy companies benchmark selected accounting policies with industry practices, identifies trends for significant accounting estimates, and facilitates the discussion on certain aspects of energy industry practice.
2.23 MB PDF file | Free download
Global statement of capabilities
The power of the wind, the sun and other renewable resources are an increasingly important part of the world’s energy mix.
1.18 MB | Free download
|Asset gain or drain ― Are you making the right enterprise asset management decisions?
Senior executives and experts from 14 different countries gathered in May 2012 in Rome, Italy for PwC’s roundtable on the enterprise asset management (EAM) challenges facing power and utilities companies.
789 kB | Free download
|12th Annual PwC Global Power & Utilities Survey
The 12th Annual PwC Global Power & Utilities summarizes responses from senior executives from 72 utility companies in 43 countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa concerning the outlook and major issues for energy generation to 2030.
3.29 MB | Free download
|Financial reporting in the power and utilities industry:
International Financial Reporting Standards
This edition of Financial reporting in the power and utilities industry: International Financial Reporting Standards describes the financial reporting implications of IFRS across a number of areas selected for their particular relevance to utilities companies. It provides insights into how companies are responding to the various challenges, and includes examples of accounting policies and other disclosures from published financial statements. It examines key developments in the evolution of IFRS in the industry.
307 KB PDF file | Free download
|Down, but not out, Global Mining Deals 2012 Review 2013 Outlook
It was far from the most active year for mining mergers and acquisitions (M&A), but 2012 had its share of exciting transactions and trends. We explain why.
3.67 MB PDF file | Free download
|2013 Global Gold Price Report
Gold is the favoured commodity of 2013 with more than 80% of gold executives expecting to see a rise in the price of gold.
1.87 MB PDF file | Free download
|Junior Mine 2012
Equity financing, raised by 2012’s Top 100 mining companies listed on TSXV, as at June 30, decreased by a troubling 41%.
2.70 MB PDF file | Free download
|Mine: The growing disconnect
The global mining industry is facing a growing disconnect as despite record profits for the world’s 40 biggest miners in 2011 thanks to high commodity prices, investors proved fickle, demanding greater capital discipline and increased shareholder returns.
217 KB PDF file | Free download
|Executing a successful listing: Markets for miners
Rising commodity prices and global economic growth driven by industrialisation in emerging markets, especially China, has led to a strong appetite for mining stocks. Mining companies require capital to fund exploration efforts and mine development, and historically, equity markets have been the main source of mining finance.
4.04 MB PDF file | Free download