The energy sector began to gain confidence in 2016.
By 2025, automation of work enabled by digital technologies is expected to supplement or replace the work of the preponderance of knowledge workers.
Series of articles exploring current trends in the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets.
KPMG’s global oil and gas practice was named a Leader in oil and gas professional services in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Oil and Gas Professional Services 2016 Vendor Assessment (August 2016).
KPMG and the UN Global Compact have developed the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Industry Matrix to inspire and inform greater private sector action to drive inclusive, sustainable prosperity.
KPMG in India’s 7th annual energy conclave "ENRich 2016" deliberated these subjects, implications that this will have on stakeholders’ and how businesses are working towards overcoming some of these challenges facing the sector.
Briefing on the outcome of COP22 – the 22nd UN Climate Conference.
Quarterly overview of the evolution in the European power and utilities sector.
Historically, the world’s biggest oil producers closely guarded their role as operator of their own fields — convinced they alone could deliver the engineering necessary to extract their oil on time and on budget. Increasingly, however, over recent decades those producers have been ceding that role — opting in many cases to manage their assets at arm’s length, and allowing the world’s increasingly sophisticated oilfield services companies to deliver cost-efficient production and, crucially, the oil-field innovation that Big Oil has long assumed it alone could deliver. The speed and manner in which this has occurred varies somewhat by geographic market.
The re-opening of the Iranian market presents much opportunity.
The third edition of the Rising Sun is inspired by the clear trend of renewable energy emerging as a mainstream energy source globally within the next decade.
Companies in the energy and natural resources (ENR) sector face an increasingly complex operating environment around the world, not least in the field of compliance – and especially in the area of anti-bribery and corruption (ABC).
A 2015 KPMG report that provides updates on renewable energy promotion policies for over 31 countries.
Across the globe, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and floating LNG (FLNG) opportunities are rapidly emerging as fast, cost-effective means of unlocking new gas resources.
Even as the price of oil remains relatively low, the energy and natural resources industry still finds itself facing a grave talent crisis. A wave of retirements, combined with a shortage of suitable replacement candidates, has left many companies scrambling to fill the skills gap.
In recent years, the petrochemical industry has experienced a technological renaissance, shaking up global supply dynamics.
LNG developers are facing the challenges of lower oil and gas prices, and consequent reductions in capital expenditure, along with more remote and challenging projects.
Whilst many think that the long term future of the UKCS remains positive, changing market dynamics present immediate challenges for oilfield services companies.
With security of energy supply one of the critical issues many countries face, floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) is seen as an emerging technology for fast and cost-effective development of new gas resources.
Transforming a region or even a small country by building an LNG plant, sub-sea pipeline, high-voltage transmission line or nuclear power plant is a powerful motivator that attracts the best and brightest professionals in the construction industry.
Focus on Canada, United States, East Africa and Australia