This webcast presents key strategies that companies can implement to deal with their talent needs over the long term in the Asia Pacific (ASPAC) region.
This is the third in a series of LNG reports and webcasts that provides deeper insights on improving project economics and certainty through better project management, cost transparency, governance, jurisdiction engagement, stakeholders and opportunity selection for ASPAC region.
New interest in floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) has been sparked by a variety of challenges in onshore projects, particularly cost and schedule overruns.
The liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry is venturing into new territory as it approaches an unprecedented wave of expansion.
Energy and natural resources (ENR) companies are challenged by an ever-growing array of threats and opportunities that grow more complex every day.
This webcast describes how the latest trends and issues in cyber security could impact your business's critical information and processes.
Oil trade has flourished between Gulf National Oil Companies (NOCs) and Asian NOCs and this is reflected more broadly in trade relationships between other Arab Gulf exporters and importers throughout Asia
This webcast is a must for power plant developers, energy companies etc who are interested in knowing more about the energy space in the Philippines.
This KPMG Global Energy Institute audio webcast will discuss the latest developments related to Third Party Intermediary (TPI) management and how multinational energy companies address related risk and compliance activities.
This webcast profiles the growing range and sophistication of adversaries attacking energy businesses worldwide, their motivations and the techniques they use.
This webcast answers: What has happened since 2010 with electric transmission investment? How might the underlying economic drivers of electric transmission evolve? How soon might we see real impact of distributed generation?
Discussion topics of this webcast include: Project organization and establishing a Program Management Office (PMO); Project controls and governance; Stakeholder management and communication.