Oil & Gas 2018 Global KPMG CEO Outlook We are pleased to announce the launch of the 2018 Global KPMG CEO Outlook Survey with a specific lens on the Energy sector which reflects the outlooks and positions of senior industry executives in the...
Since then, a small army of volunteers have been putting together something very special. It’s a group comprised of engineers, senior VPs, geologists, women and men from all different backgrounds with a passion for mentorship and a desire to be a part of something bigger.
Crystal Washington knew the value of social media for corporate America early on.
The KPMG Global Chemicals Institute is pleased to announce the launch of the twenty-sixth edition of REACTION Magazine, KPMG’s signature publication for the chemicals and performance technologies industry, which you can download here.
Energy consumption and production activities account for two-thirds of global greenhouse gas emissions. As such, the energy sector offers the greatest potential for climate change mitigation and for future growth and prosperity. Meeting the climate change challenge in a faster time frame requires innovation breakthrough across multiple energy technology areas.
At our Energy in the Age of Inclusion event on May 1, we’ll be talking a lot about disruption and who in the industry is turning the status quo on its head. One of those disruptors is Mike Adams, co-founder of the Norwell EDGE eLearning platform.
KPMG Global Chemicals Institute is pleased to announce the launch of the twenty-fifth edition of REACTION Magazine, KPMG’s signature publication for the chemicals and performance technologies industry, which you can download here.
The increasing adoption of electric vehicles will ultimately have a profound impact on oil refining, retail fuel and lubricants demand. Oil and gas companies know this.
Executives, professionals, students and community leaders from Shell, Chevron, ExxonMobil, BP, Phillips66, INTECSEA Worley Parsons, GE Oil and Gas, Emerson Automation, Weatherford, Halliburton, Forum Technologies, Marathon Oil, Southwestern Energy and several other companies came together to talk about the workforce of the future.
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