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Investment, affordability and security in a power-hungry world
12th Annual PwC Global Power & Utilities Survey
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Helping you manage today's key issues in the following sectors:

  • Oil & gas (Energy)

    In such changing market conditions, oil & gas companies must contend with challenging regulatory requirements, uncertain market conditions, and more difficult resource constraints.

  • Power & utilities

    The utility sector is complex & changing rapidly as companies pursue new clean technologies, smart grid applications, optimise their energy mix in response to modern climate change & sustainability pressures.

  • Mining

    Mining companies around the world are responding to challenges through innovative strategies - seeking access to capital through innovative structures, accessing resources on new frontiers.

Contact us
David Fitzgerald
Partner, Tax and Legal Services
Ho Chi Minh City
Tel: +84 8 3823 0796, Ext. 1500
Richard Peters
Partner, Assurance Services
Ho Chi Minh City
Tel: +84 8 3823 0796, Ext. 1009
Quach Thanh Chau
Partner, Assurance Services
Ho Chi Minh City
Tel: +84 8 3823 0796, Ext. 1004


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