The energy sector began to gain confidence in 2016.
Analysis of the development of renewable energies in Latin America and opportunities for Argentina from the enactment of Law 27,191.
KPMG International’s latest report, Rethinking the upstream supply chain, discusses global trends impacting the supply chain and procurement functions of the upstream oil and gas sector.
The special report prepared by KPMG Argentina entitled “Oil & Gas Industry: four relevant aspects for 2017” analyzes the industry over the last few years and describes the challenges that will be faced in 2017. It highlights changes in the global scenario having an impact on the local oil industry. It states that despite changes in international crude oil prices, the global economy has failed to take off to boost the sustained growth needed to overcome the crisis and to provide predictability. The development perspectives announced and expected for non-conventional hydrocarbons and renewable resources are good and must be considered in the local scenario, as they are also part of the national energy matrix.
This special report prepared by KPMG Argentina analyzes the scenario of important investments in renewable energy in Latin America, which is an ideal opportunity for Argentina to take advantage of the drive arising from the enforcement of Law 27191. This report focuses on Argentina’s potential of resources and its different climates enabling projects based on solar, wind, biomass energy and hydropower.
2016 is the 10th anniversary of Law 20,093, which boosted the production of biofuels, placing Argentina in a short time as one of the main players in the world. Policies of internal restrictions applied to the sector during the last years restrained the initial impulse that now begins to reverse.
Briefing on the outcome of COP22 – the 22nd UN Climate Conference.
This paper analyses the current situation, opportunities and strategies in the Mexican power and utilities sector.
This special report by KPMG Argentina covers electricity tariffs, makes a detailed description of the economic and social impact that has had the rate freeze and subsidies to the electricity consumption during the last decade (2005-2015), also making a comparison with some countries in the region.
Promote discussions about challenges, perspectives, trends and opportunities, bringing relevant insights to attendees.
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 global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market is transforming. In early 2016, the US is expected to start LNG exports from the Gulf coast, a plot twist that was unthinkable even 10 years ago. Australia will soon be an exporter on a scale to rival Qatar. LNG importers are becoming exporters and vice versa, but low prices threaten new projects and the profitability of existing ones.
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The special report of Oil and Gas by KPMG Argentina, explains what has been the behavior and overall performance of the industry in the past ten years as well as their immediate prospects. Among the main concerns of the sector include the required increase in production, sources of financing, investment, prices and developing unconventional resources.
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).
Monthly report focusing on the trends and price volatility facing the O&G sector and how the global market reacts.
The theme for the 2014 GEC is Navigating the Sea of Change – How to Succeed in the New Energy Economy and is designed to help industry executives gain insight on the emerging business trends and technologies likely to transform the energy industry in the coming years.
The boom period for the U.S. energy sector continues, spurred by a stabilizing economy, surging global energy demand, and emerging technologies that facilitate more efficient and economical exploration and production of traditional and alternative energy supplies.
Shale is fast transforming itself from “tomorrow’s big thing” to become an essential part of the global energy sector.