Friday, January 18, 2019

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Global Energy Conference: What you missed

The KPMG Global Energy Institute is proud to announce the release of the 2017 KPMG Global Energy Conference Recap.

Just don’t call it a comeback … yet

If the last few months of 2016 were characterized by cautious optimism, then the first few months of 2017 can be characterized as a small sigh of relief as all signals point toward a slow but steady recovery for the US oil and gas industry. Forecasted capital spending is on the rise for 2017.

Do you have enough energy to keep up?

This year’s conference features an outstanding program examining industry opportunities, debating the future of U.S. and world markets, and collaborating on ways to succeed in the new energy landscape.

UK Government announces review of North Sea tax rules

Earlier this month we saw the UK government announce a forthcoming review of the North Sea tax rules to help encourage fresh UK and international investment into the UK continental shelf (UKCS).

The Network Integrator Paradigm within the Utility and Energy Industry

The characteristics of the Network Integrator are distinctly different from the traditional distribution company and requiring new thinking.

Looking for clarity in oil prices

Brent prices seem to have reached critical price levels. Latest price action does not show a clear picture about what happens next.

The Network Integrator External Forces on Utility Operating Models

KPMG LLP’s (KPMG) Global Energy Institute is pleased to announce the release of part 1 of The Network Integrator Journey: External Forces on Utility Operating...

Drilling Down: Harvey Nash/CIO Survey

The Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey received more responses than any other IT leadership survey in the world.

OPEC under the microscope

The announcement from OPEC of a headline cut to 32.5 million bpd for Q1-Q2 2017, which included production targets for members other than Nigeria, Libya, and Indonesia, will fail to deliver an actual OPEC production total of 32.5 million bpd for Q1 2017.

Plugged In: Transforming the power and utilities IT organization

KPMG Global Energy Institute is pleased to announce the release of a new edition of Plugged In: Transforming the power and utilities IT organization. 

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