Monthly report focusing on the trends and price volatility facing the O&G sector and how the global market reacts.
Monthly report focusing on the trends and price volatility facing the O&G sector.
Oil & gas markets: monthly roundup – April 2017
A closer look at the energy efficiency initiatives in China, North Sea hydrocarbon activities in Europe, and Trump administration moves in the US.
"As China looks to change gears from that of a resource-hungry energy-intensive manufacturing centre, to an economy centered on services and technology, many of the axioms of old will need to be re-written..." – Oliver Hsieh, Director, Commodity & Energy Risk Management, KPMG in Singapore
"By and large, a swift recovery in oil prices remains unlikely but there are positive signs that things may be headed in the right direction. Just don’t call it a comeback … yet." – Angie Gildea, Partner, Americas Oil & Gas Lead, KPMG in the US
"Looking forward, Trump’s executive orders streamlining the environmental review process for pipelines and other infrastructure projects will remove most of the federal delays in pipeline permitting..." – Greg Priddy, Director, O&G, Eurasia Group*
"In late March, the Danish Ministry of Finance announced that a political agreement has been reached concerning the framework agreement on investment incentives for the North Sea hydrocarbon activities..." – Ole Schmidt, Managing Partner, Corporate Tax, KPMG in Denmark
* Guest contributor to April edition
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