Publications

19th Annual Global CEO Survey: Capital Projects and Infrastructure

April 04, 2016

As part of the Global CEO Survey research we surveyed 337 Capital Projects and Infrastructure (CP&I) leaders in 62 countries, principally drawn from our key CP&I sectors such as Energy, Utilities &Mining, Transportation, Engineering & Construction and Government & Public Service. Download the report to see our findings.

Nuclear power comes of age but challenges remain

February 02, 2016

Fiona Reilly, Global Nuclear Lead for PwC's Capital Projects & Infrastructure practice, examines the key dimensions of the shifting global landscape of nuclear projects.

Infrastructure in Asia Pacific

December 02, 2015

PwC's 2015 APEC CEO Survey looks at Infrastructure in Asia Pacific. With demand for world class infrastructure intensifying, what new funding sources will we see?

Ways and means for delivering new nuclear

November 11, 2015

In this article, we consider the seven alternatives to government financing being used in the market today.

Connectivity and growth: Issues and challenges for airport investment

November 10, 2015

A compendium of articles on the issues affecting global aviation markets and the challenges airport investors face today.

Assessing the global transport infrastructure market: Outlook to 2025

September 29, 2015

Outlook to 2025: assessing the global transport infrastructure market, including investment growth by sector and region, challenges and opportunities.

Business and government close a virtuous circle of urban interests

June 24, 2015

Business and government are joined by mutual self-interest in long-term, city wellbeing.

Navigate your way to successful capital projects

April 09, 2015

Many capital projects previously put on hold are now being started up again. Consequently, some companies find themselves trying to deliver a portfolio of projects, not just one. In this environment of complexity and volume, it is easy to lose sight of where capital project value is being created or diminished. This series of four thought leadership pieces shares with readers PwC’s collection of frameworks, processes, and insight to help guide you towards successful capital projects.

Trends, challenges and future outlook: Capital projects in East Africa, Southern Africa and West Africa

December 01, 2014

This report provides in-depth insight into the realities of infrastructure delivery across countries, regions and development corridors in sub-Saharan Africa.

What’s the direction of travel for airport investments?

November 16, 2014

A compendium of articles on the changes shaping the aviation market. This series answers questions for investors eyeing airport infrastructure today.

Infrastructure development in Asia Pacific (APEC): The next 10 years

November 08, 2014

Asia Pacific critical infrastructure needs are changing and regional planning and investment will play a pivotal role in how APEC economies grow.

Adopt a business case approach to resolving capital projects disputes

September 24, 2014

Capital project disputes are a fact of life in most infrastructure developments, particularly in the emerging markets. A business case approach can help.

Global nuclear capital projects and infrastructure capability

September 23, 2014

Few capital or infrastructure projects are more challenging than nuclear projects with demanding scale, construction cost and complexity. PwC can help.

Brazil - priority issues and insights in the land of infrastructure opportunity

September 05, 2014

A brief video discussion on Brazil's special capital projects & infrastructure landscape, including talent shortage, BNDS, finance, PPPs and incentives.

Unlocking Investment in Infrastructure. Is current accounting and reporting a barrier?

July 01, 2014

A report by the six largest international accounting networks on accounting and corporate reporting reforms that could help attract increased private financing.

Infrastructure trends in Australia

June 26, 2014

Mario D’Elia of PwC Australia talks about the country’s infrastructure landscape including considerations for inbound investors, and Australia as an entry to SE Asia.

Capital project and infrastructure spending: Outlook to 2025 research findings

June 20, 2014

What are the global capital project & infrastructure spending trends around the world? Download the PwC/Oxford Economic report now.

World Cup home advantage boost for Brazil, but England face battle in ‘Group of Death’, says PwC report

May 26, 2014

As hosts Brazil prepare to kick off the FIFA World Cup in Sao Paulo on Thursday June 12th, PwC has turned to ‘econometrics’ in a bid to determine success and failure at this major sporting event.

Investor Ready Cities: How cities can create and deliver infrastructure value

May 06, 2014

This PwC PSRC report looks at the challenges for cities in delivering investor ready infrastructure projects starting with the legal and governance structures and then illustrating how cities can leverage financial mechanisms to their advantage to help deliver the infrastructure.

Cities of Opportunity: Building the future

December 11, 2013

This special edition of PwC’s Cities of Opportunity focuses on current infrastructure provision and unmet demand among the 27 cities.

19th Annual Global CEO Survey: Capital Projects and Infrastructure

April 04, 2016

As part of the Global CEO Survey research we surveyed 337 Capital Projects and Infrastructure (CP&I) leaders in 62 countries, principally drawn from our key CP&I sectors such as Energy, Utilities &Mining, Transportation, Engineering & Construction and Government & Public Service. Download the report to see our findings.

Nuclear power comes of age but challenges remain

February 02, 2016

Fiona Reilly, Global Nuclear Lead for PwC's Capital Projects & Infrastructure practice, examines the key dimensions of the shifting global landscape of nuclear projects.

Infrastructure in Asia Pacific

December 02, 2015

PwC's 2015 APEC CEO Survey looks at Infrastructure in Asia Pacific. With demand for world class infrastructure intensifying, what new funding sources will we see?

Ways and means for delivering new nuclear

November 11, 2015

In this article, we consider the seven alternatives to government financing being used in the market today.

Connectivity and growth: Issues and challenges for airport investment

November 10, 2015

A compendium of articles on the issues affecting global aviation markets and the challenges airport investors face today.

Assessing the global transport infrastructure market: Outlook to 2025

September 29, 2015

Outlook to 2025: assessing the global transport infrastructure market, including investment growth by sector and region, challenges and opportunities.

Business and government close a virtuous circle of urban interests

June 24, 2015

Business and government are joined by mutual self-interest in long-term, city wellbeing.

Navigate your way to successful capital projects

April 09, 2015

Many capital projects previously put on hold are now being started up again. Consequently, some companies find themselves trying to deliver a portfolio of projects, not just one. In this environment of complexity and volume, it is easy to lose sight of where capital project value is being created or diminished. This series of four thought leadership pieces shares with readers PwC’s collection of frameworks, processes, and insight to help guide you towards successful capital projects.

Trends, challenges and future outlook: Capital projects in East Africa, Southern Africa and West Africa

December 01, 2014

This report provides in-depth insight into the realities of infrastructure delivery across countries, regions and development corridors in sub-Saharan Africa.

What’s the direction of travel for airport investments?

November 16, 2014

A compendium of articles on the changes shaping the aviation market. This series answers questions for investors eyeing airport infrastructure today.

Infrastructure development in Asia Pacific (APEC): The next 10 years

November 08, 2014

Asia Pacific critical infrastructure needs are changing and regional planning and investment will play a pivotal role in how APEC economies grow.

Adopt a business case approach to resolving capital projects disputes

September 24, 2014

Capital project disputes are a fact of life in most infrastructure developments, particularly in the emerging markets. A business case approach can help.

Global nuclear capital projects and infrastructure capability

September 23, 2014

Few capital or infrastructure projects are more challenging than nuclear projects with demanding scale, construction cost and complexity. PwC can help.

Brazil - priority issues and insights in the land of infrastructure opportunity

September 05, 2014

A brief video discussion on Brazil's special capital projects & infrastructure landscape, including talent shortage, BNDS, finance, PPPs and incentives.

Unlocking Investment in Infrastructure. Is current accounting and reporting a barrier?

July 01, 2014

A report by the six largest international accounting networks on accounting and corporate reporting reforms that could help attract increased private financing.

Infrastructure trends in Australia

June 26, 2014

Mario D’Elia of PwC Australia talks about the country’s infrastructure landscape including considerations for inbound investors, and Australia as an entry to SE Asia.

Capital project and infrastructure spending: Outlook to 2025 research findings

June 20, 2014

What are the global capital project & infrastructure spending trends around the world? Download the PwC/Oxford Economic report now.

Investor Ready Cities: How cities can create and deliver infrastructure value

May 06, 2014

This PwC PSRC report looks at the challenges for cities in delivering investor ready infrastructure projects starting with the legal and governance structures and then illustrating how cities can leverage financial mechanisms to their advantage to help deliver the infrastructure.

Cities of Opportunity: Building the future

December 11, 2013

This special edition of PwC’s Cities of Opportunity focuses on current infrastructure provision and unmet demand among the 27 cities.

Gridlines ─ A new Mexican mix welcomes infrastructure investors

November 26, 2013

This PwC report explains why a strong economy, new laws and an ambitious infrastructure investment program in Mexico spell opportunity.

19th Annual Global CEO Survey: Capital Projects and Infrastructure

April 04, 2016

As part of the Global CEO Survey research we surveyed 337 Capital Projects and Infrastructure (CP&I) leaders in 62 countries, principally drawn from our key CP&I sectors such as Energy, Utilities &Mining, Transportation, Engineering & Construction and Government & Public Service. Download the report to see our findings.

Nuclear power comes of age but challenges remain

February 02, 2016

Fiona Reilly, Global Nuclear Lead for PwC's Capital Projects & Infrastructure practice, examines the key dimensions of the shifting global landscape of nuclear projects.

Infrastructure in Asia Pacific

December 02, 2015

PwC's 2015 APEC CEO Survey looks at Infrastructure in Asia Pacific. With demand for world class infrastructure intensifying, what new funding sources will we see?

Ways and means for delivering new nuclear

November 11, 2015

In this article, we consider the seven alternatives to government financing being used in the market today.

Connectivity and growth: Issues and challenges for airport investment

November 10, 2015

A compendium of articles on the issues affecting global aviation markets and the challenges airport investors face today.

Assessing the global transport infrastructure market: Outlook to 2025

September 29, 2015

Outlook to 2025: assessing the global transport infrastructure market, including investment growth by sector and region, challenges and opportunities.

Business and government close a virtuous circle of urban interests

June 24, 2015

Business and government are joined by mutual self-interest in long-term, city wellbeing.

Navigate your way to successful capital projects

April 09, 2015

Many capital projects previously put on hold are now being started up again. Consequently, some companies find themselves trying to deliver a portfolio of projects, not just one. In this environment of complexity and volume, it is easy to lose sight of where capital project value is being created or diminished. This series of four thought leadership pieces shares with readers PwC’s collection of frameworks, processes, and insight to help guide you towards successful capital projects.

Trends, challenges and future outlook: Capital projects in East Africa, Southern Africa and West Africa

December 01, 2014

This report provides in-depth insight into the realities of infrastructure delivery across countries, regions and development corridors in sub-Saharan Africa.

What’s the direction of travel for airport investments?

November 16, 2014

A compendium of articles on the changes shaping the aviation market. This series answers questions for investors eyeing airport infrastructure today.

Infrastructure development in Asia Pacific (APEC): The next 10 years

November 08, 2014

Asia Pacific critical infrastructure needs are changing and regional planning and investment will play a pivotal role in how APEC economies grow.

Adopt a business case approach to resolving capital projects disputes

September 24, 2014

Capital project disputes are a fact of life in most infrastructure developments, particularly in the emerging markets. A business case approach can help.

Global nuclear capital projects and infrastructure capability

September 23, 2014

Few capital or infrastructure projects are more challenging than nuclear projects with demanding scale, construction cost and complexity. PwC can help.

Brazil - priority issues and insights in the land of infrastructure opportunity

September 05, 2014

A brief video discussion on Brazil's special capital projects & infrastructure landscape, including talent shortage, BNDS, finance, PPPs and incentives.

Unlocking Investment in Infrastructure. Is current accounting and reporting a barrier?

July 01, 2014

A report by the six largest international accounting networks on accounting and corporate reporting reforms that could help attract increased private financing.

Infrastructure trends in Australia

June 26, 2014

Mario D’Elia of PwC Australia talks about the country’s infrastructure landscape including considerations for inbound investors, and Australia as an entry to SE Asia.

Capital project and infrastructure spending: Outlook to 2025 research findings

June 20, 2014

What are the global capital project & infrastructure spending trends around the world? Download the PwC/Oxford Economic report now.

Investor Ready Cities: How cities can create and deliver infrastructure value

May 06, 2014

This PwC PSRC report looks at the challenges for cities in delivering investor ready infrastructure projects starting with the legal and governance structures and then illustrating how cities can leverage financial mechanisms to their advantage to help deliver the infrastructure.

Cities of Opportunity: Building the future

December 11, 2013

This special edition of PwC’s Cities of Opportunity focuses on current infrastructure provision and unmet demand among the 27 cities.

Gridlines ─ A new Mexican mix welcomes infrastructure investors

November 26, 2013

This PwC report explains why a strong economy, new laws and an ambitious infrastructure investment program in Mexico spell opportunity.

19th Annual Global CEO Survey: Capital Projects and Infrastructure

April 04, 2016

As part of the Global CEO Survey research we surveyed 337 Capital Projects and Infrastructure (CP&I) leaders in 62 countries, principally drawn from our key CP&I sectors such as Energy, Utilities &Mining, Transportation, Engineering & Construction and Government & Public Service. Download the report to see our findings.

Nuclear power comes of age but challenges remain

February 02, 2016

Fiona Reilly, Global Nuclear Lead for PwC's Capital Projects & Infrastructure practice, examines the key dimensions of the shifting global landscape of nuclear projects.

Infrastructure in Asia Pacific

December 02, 2015

PwC's 2015 APEC CEO Survey looks at Infrastructure in Asia Pacific. With demand for world class infrastructure intensifying, what new funding sources will we see?

Ways and means for delivering new nuclear

November 11, 2015

In this article, we consider the seven alternatives to government financing being used in the market today.

Connectivity and growth: Issues and challenges for airport investment

November 10, 2015

A compendium of articles on the issues affecting global aviation markets and the challenges airport investors face today.

Assessing the global transport infrastructure market: Outlook to 2025

September 29, 2015

Outlook to 2025: assessing the global transport infrastructure market, including investment growth by sector and region, challenges and opportunities.

Business and government close a virtuous circle of urban interests

June 24, 2015

Business and government are joined by mutual self-interest in long-term, city wellbeing.

Navigate your way to successful capital projects

April 09, 2015

Many capital projects previously put on hold are now being started up again. Consequently, some companies find themselves trying to deliver a portfolio of projects, not just one. In this environment of complexity and volume, it is easy to lose sight of where capital project value is being created or diminished. This series of four thought leadership pieces shares with readers PwC’s collection of frameworks, processes, and insight to help guide you towards successful capital projects.

Trends, challenges and future outlook: Capital projects in East Africa, Southern Africa and West Africa

December 01, 2014

This report provides in-depth insight into the realities of infrastructure delivery across countries, regions and development corridors in sub-Saharan Africa.

What’s the direction of travel for airport investments?

November 16, 2014

A compendium of articles on the changes shaping the aviation market. This series answers questions for investors eyeing airport infrastructure today.

Infrastructure development in Asia Pacific (APEC): The next 10 years

November 08, 2014

Asia Pacific critical infrastructure needs are changing and regional planning and investment will play a pivotal role in how APEC economies grow.

Adopt a business case approach to resolving capital projects disputes

September 24, 2014

Capital project disputes are a fact of life in most infrastructure developments, particularly in the emerging markets. A business case approach can help.

Global nuclear capital projects and infrastructure capability

September 23, 2014

Few capital or infrastructure projects are more challenging than nuclear projects with demanding scale, construction cost and complexity. PwC can help.

Brazil - priority issues and insights in the land of infrastructure opportunity

September 05, 2014

A brief video discussion on Brazil's special capital projects & infrastructure landscape, including talent shortage, BNDS, finance, PPPs and incentives.

Unlocking Investment in Infrastructure. Is current accounting and reporting a barrier?

July 01, 2014

A report by the six largest international accounting networks on accounting and corporate reporting reforms that could help attract increased private financing.

Infrastructure trends in Australia

June 26, 2014

Mario D’Elia of PwC Australia talks about the country’s infrastructure landscape including considerations for inbound investors, and Australia as an entry to SE Asia.

Capital project and infrastructure spending: Outlook to 2025 research findings

June 20, 2014

What are the global capital project & infrastructure spending trends around the world? Download the PwC/Oxford Economic report now.

Investor Ready Cities: How cities can create and deliver infrastructure value

May 06, 2014

This PwC PSRC report looks at the challenges for cities in delivering investor ready infrastructure projects starting with the legal and governance structures and then illustrating how cities can leverage financial mechanisms to their advantage to help deliver the infrastructure.

Cities of Opportunity: Building the future

December 11, 2013

This special edition of PwC’s Cities of Opportunity focuses on current infrastructure provision and unmet demand among the 27 cities.

Gridlines ─ A new Mexican mix welcomes infrastructure investors

November 26, 2013

This PwC report explains why a strong economy, new laws and an ambitious infrastructure investment program in Mexico spell opportunity.