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  • Energy, utilities and mining case studies: PwC
    Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Case studies Clients and investors have many different perspectives on the nature of the value we provide Some quantify the benefits in financial terms while others focus on the superb capabilities of our people or the way we connect industry functional and geographic resources to solve problems or the quality of our advice and ideas Then there are those who cite the strength of our global network our objectivity and integrity or our ability to make their lives simpler These perspectives can be found in the following examples of work we have conducted for our clients in the sector Sustainability Sustainability climate change case studies Transaction services Successfully closing complex infrastructure transactions PwC and the Blackstone Group How one company was able to effectively document fair value for both tax and financial reporting purposes How a company acquired by a PE firm was able to transform into a public company overnight How one company utilized accounting and organizational advice to successfully become a public company How one private equity firm was able to pay a fair price for a target improve the company s efficiency and reduce costs Tax function effectiveness Download Tax Function Effectiveness Assessing tax competencies A multi billion dollar energy company Financial control accounting Helping BP s controllers stay connected yet independent Capital project delivery RWE npower Identifying and correcting project weakness Streamlining capital project delivery by sharpening organizational focus on process and oversight Smart grids and smart meters Pacific Gas and Electric smart metering implementation programme Developing a corporate strategy for smart meter roll out Renewable and cleaner energy Stadtwerke München Nuclear energy China s Daya Bay nuclear power station Asset management performance improvement The government of West

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  • Global energy, utilities and mining practice profile
    CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Global energy utilities and mining practice profile Globalisation and the need for a secure affordable energy supply go hand in hand Economic development is dependent on sufficient sources of energy oil gas electricity coal alternative fuels and others The availability and security of these resources are on the minds of many from consumers to political leaders to company executives PwC has been providing professional services to energy utilities and mining companies for more than 100 years Our practice is comprised of more than 3 000 people who serve only energy power and mining clients and receive extensive training to support this industry focus Our practice is headquartered in Houston Texas and we have significant centers of excellence to support clients where we are needed most Global energy capability statement Global Power utilities capability statement Global energy sector videos Global power utilities sector video Energy utilities and mining Oil and gas Power utilities Global Power Utilities Centre of Excellence Customer Transformation Market design Supply chain management Smart grid distributed generation Renewable cleaner energy Nuclear energy Deals energy financing Capital projects infrastructure Enterprise asset management Financial reporting Commodity trading risk management Mining Mining tax Country views Compare mining taxes Commodities Dig videos Case studies Practice profile Global energy capability statement Global utilities capability statement

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  • Global energy statement of capabilities - Delivering value with industry-focus
    gas companies better manage challenges so you can focus on supplying the world s energy needs Helping energy companies succeed The energy industry contends with a great amount of uncertainty and risk and yet companies have to focus on the future to ensure financial and operational success At PwC we study industry trends and issues closely so that we can better understand the challenges that our clients face and how we can best help them to achieve success Instability continues to be a major concern around the world Industry safety and workforce security factor into new and ongoing operations for the oil and gas industry Despite so much uncertainty the industry cannot stand still and wait for better times ahead The energy industry requires long lead times for new projects and even though the current global economy is struggling the world s population continues to grow With this growth energy demand will increase To manage projects and operations in slower times oil and gas companies must control costs Weighing the risks versus benefits of new projects new products and how much capital to invest energy companies also have to consider regulatory safety and environmental concerns Balancing the need to supply the world with hydrocarbons companies are also looking at investments in alternative energy sources including unconventional sources biofuels renewable energy sources and ways to improve energy efficiency Emerging countries are the focus of much of the future demand for energy South America Africa Asia and the Middle East hold 78 of the world s oil and 56 of the world s natural gas proven reserves These emerging markets consume 46 of the world s oil and 26 of the world s natural gas Many energy companies already have operations in the regions while others are looking for the best points of entry At the same time national oil companies from these regions are expanding outside of their home territories to gain access to the skills and technologies that will help them provide sustainable energy supply at home Technology plays a fundamental role in providing an efficient way to produce hydrocarbons Breakthroughs such as 4 D seismic imaging horizontal drilling techniques and enhanced oil recovery are some of the recent advances that have helped the industry find new reserves and exploit mature fields Research and development investments are critical to helping oil and gas companies grow and compete The industry also is dealing with social and behavioural changes Urbanization the growth of digital communication and social media talent shifts and a host of other factors need to be addressed by the industry in terms of where and how they do business The oil and gas industry wants to improve its public image and reduce scepticism and monitoring social and behavioural changes will be an important step in this process PwC is a leading advisor to the global energy industry working with every segment of the business from upstream to midstream to downstream to provide business solutions tailored to meet your needs

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  • Helping you get ahead: Global utilities group statement of capabilities: PwC services and solutions
    PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Helping you get ahead Global Power Utilities Centre of Excellence statement of capabilities Download Power and other utilities companies have changed dramatically in a very short space of time Just a couple of decades ago local or municipal footprints predominated Today companies are international in ambition and even those who remain focused on their home market have to take their decisions in a global context The capital investment challenge in the sector is massive and is taking companies into new areas both in terms of technological possibility and engineering feasibility Companies are anticipating a future with a much wider range of technologies and where the shape of the industry will be different It s not just the mix of generation that is changing but how it is optimised and what it is used for as more people and technologies connect with the grid in smarter ways The role of electricity is expanding It is already the power behind most applications in modern life and will become even more so if electric cars take hold as a common form of personal transport The part that gas plays is also changing rapidly The exploitation of many more sources of gas including shale gas is introducing a new era of gas changing the economics of the liquefied natural gas market and enabling gas to assume the characteristics of a more truly global market This statement of our capabilities is intended to give you insight into our experience and the ways we can work together to get you further ahead Always our goal

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  • PwC global mining sector publications, thought leadership and studies
    Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Global mining publications thought leadership and studies Mine 2015 Gloves are off August 11 2015 PwC s annual review of the top trends in the global mining industry Analysis is based on the financial performance of the Top 40 mining companies by market capitalisation What Next for Nigeria s Economy May 27 2015 What Next for Nigeria s Economy navigating the rocky road ahead and PwC s economic scenarios for 2015 and 2016 The progression of an LNG project Canadian LNG Projects November 05 2014 Canadian LNG Projects and how our extensive global LNG experience can help you assess and manage your LNG Projects SEC comment letter trends for the energy and mining industry January 16 2014 This PwC publication provides an analysis of SEC comment letters issued to registrants across the energy and mining value chain including exploration and production midstream downstream drillers oilfield services and integrated energy companies The direct economic impact of gold October 08 2013 This PwC report addresses the economic impact of gold on the global economy and looks at an entire value chain including gold mining refining and fabrication and consumption It helps us understand the fundamental role that gold plays in advancing economic development and ultimately the needs of society Extracting value What do investment professionals need from mining company reporting September 19 2013 PwC s2013 mining industry investor survey is the latest in a series of industry reporting surveys gathering the opinions of specialist investors and analysts from key markets around the world Mine A confidence crisis June 05 2013 This PwC publication explains why the mining industry is in crisis despite the fact that volumes are up dividend yields are up

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  • PwC's global oil & gas (energy) publications, thought leadership and studies
    Talos Energy LLC and Premier Oil PLC with the areas 2 and 7 Surviving the Worst It s time for oil services to address shortcomings and find strategic solutions July 17 2015 It seemed as if nothing could go wrong for oil field services OFS companies until recently Brave new world The OECD s BEPS Action Plan poses immediate challenges for oil and gas companies July 01 2015 Organization for Economic Co operation and Development OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting BEPS Action Plan are raising further the profile of oil and gas companies Fit for 50 oil in Africa June 22 2015 Africa has seen enormous successes in the exploration for hydrocarbons over the last decade which has seen the entry of new country players in East Africa joining the ranks of their West African neighbours Opportunities in Adversity Decommissioning A new era June 20 2015 It is vital that management and shareholders fully understand the inherent uncertainties and risks associated with current estimates of their decommissioning liabilities Opportunities in Adversity Sustainable talent management in oil and gas June 20 2015 You need to be confident your HR function has the skills capabilities and processes to help you realize your goals whether that be growing sustaining or adapting your business Understanding upstream supply chain management What does good look like May 30 2015 This article focuses on the current environment for upstream Supply Chain organizations the structure and practices that the study found to differentiate good and bad performance and what Supply Chain organizations can do now to increase the value they provide to their companies Global Oil Gas Deals Practice An international network of Oil and Gas deal advisors April 03 2015 PwC is the world s leading professional adviser to the Oil Gas industry serving many of the world s top global Oil Gas companies Opportunities in Adversity A new dawn for oil and gas February 20 2015 Over the last seven months we ve seen the oil prices tumble by c60 a move that was both sudden and unprecedented Energy Services Technology Innovation Report February 03 2015 The upstream petroleum services sector has assumed a significantly expanded role in the oil and gas industry in recent years This has been driven by strong demand for better technologies a widening variety of highly specialized products and services and ongoing improvements in all three areas Colombia Oil Gas Industry 2014 An Overview November 23 2014 The Oil Gas industry in Colombia is in an important historical moment in order to increase production and reserves with the aim of achieving permanency and sustainability of the sector Fit for 50 oil Is your company in shape November 03 2014 The Fit for 50 concept focuses on how oil and gas companies should prepare for and act in weak hydrocarbon pricing environment The focus is on the market drivers key company metrics and the target operating model that can help companies navigate the down cycles and be positioned for the up

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  • PwC global Power & utilities publications, thought leadership and studies
    conducted between November 2014 and March 2015 with 51 people holding senior leadership positions in the power sectors of 15 African countries PwC power utilities capability statement Capital projects and infrastructure July 20 2015 With PwC you get an adviser with a dedicated capital projects and infrastructure team and extensive experience of big power projects Whether it s engineers commercial lawyers finance and regulatory experts or project managers we ve got the multi disciplinary skills to quickly assemble a team that will give you the support you need PwC Global power and utilities roundtable discussion paper Digital utility transformation July 09 2015 More than 80 senior executives and experts from 12 different countries gathered in May 2015 in Paris France for PwC s roundtable on the digital utility of the future and the strategies that companies are implementing to get there Power Renewables Deals 2015 outlook and 2014 review January 28 2015 Welcome to our 2015 Power and Renewables Deals outlook In this publication we look at mergers and acquisitions activity in the power utilities sector What s driving energy transformation December 16 2014 Take a look at the megatrends and disruption dynamics that are changing the power sector The business models of the future December 16 2014 Do you have a clear vision of the business models that will deliver success in the power sector of the future Implications for market design December 16 2014 What are the future market scenarios that could unfold in an era of transformation change The road ahead Gaining momentum from energy transformation December 04 2014 The impact on the power sector from the convergent forces of changes in customer behaviour new forms of competition renewable and distributed energy and regulation is creating new opportunities and challenges A new balancing act for DSOs Market regulatory and business model challenges November 13 2014 More than 50 senior executives and experts from ten different countries gathered in September 2014 in Brussels Belgium for PwC s roundtable on the market regulatory and business models challenges facing distribution system operators DSOs Powerful reporting November 13 2014 Power and utilities companies are often at the forefront of global sustainability and climate change issues and are directly affected by the evolving expectations of the communities they serve As populations become more urbanized and some jurisdictions begin to move towards more renewable energy sources clear communication becomes even more important Power and utilities companies need to tell a powerful story to support ongoing investment in their vital but often aging infrastructure The future of TSOs electricity and gas highways October 30 2013 This report covers PwC s roundtable meeting in September 2013 in Brussels Belgium on the challenges facing modern transmission service operator TSO companies Participants were drawn from industry bodies regulators and companies involved in TSO activity in different parts of world as well as from PwC World energy systems September 20 2013 Per Langer Executive Vice President of Sweden s Fortum Corporation on the future of the world s

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  • Services and solutions: Engineering & construction: PwC
    Capital project services Our solution suite capital project services can help you at every phase of a major project from appraisal on through development execution and ultimately operation Consulting The industry in the past has grown significantly through acquisitions and entering new markets while maintaining a federated culture running a portfolio of divisions or operating companies who is responsible for their own markets projects and back office functions Finance HR and Technology With the current tougher global economic climate the engineering and construction industry is determining how to better deliver their global services at a lower cost while maintaining the ownership and value at local business or country level Corporate finance From mergers acquisition and transaction support services to business regeneration corporate finance services corporate recovery economic services global expansion and privatization services and intellectual property management we offer a broad palette of corporate finance and recovery services Dispute resolution Dispute resolution is critical in an environment where disputes between contract partners have become part of the landscape Fraud risk regulation Our Forensic Services practice specialises in the prevention detection and investigation of fraud corruption and other forms of financial crime Our team of trained investigators includes forensic accountants lawyers former regulators and experts in forensic technology and business intelligence Global mobility PwC s international mobility tax compliance and consulting services are by definition delivered globally We operate as a single global unit underpinned by integrated global technology Our International Assignment specialists are an integral part of our wider Human Resource Services HRS practice HRS has more than 6 000 HRS experts in 165 offices in 75 countries Risk management PwC s construction risk management services can help you implement project and cost controls reach your goals and manage your construction risks Sustainability PwC s sustainability and climate change team

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