Energy & Resources

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Setting the agenda for water

Now is the time to look ahead and lead the debate; otherwise the industry could once again find that politics and regulation have the upper hand. In this paper, we look at some of the drivers for change, with a particular focus on areas where companies and the industry may be able to make a real difference.


The future of the global power sector

The global power sector is sitting on the cusp of massive change. This new report discusses the range of challenges power companies are facing which are driving the need to transform their business.


Energy market reform in Europe

This study, based on global analysis at the European level and on more detailed analyses for seven European countries, examines the current achievements and challenges of the EU and a few selected Member States in meeting targets on greenhouse gas emissions, renewables, and energy efficiency.


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UK Power and Utilities sector

2014 could be considered a year of two halves. On the one hand, the renewables sector continued to be buoyant and see specialist funds acquiring operating assets, while utilities and private developers recycled capital into new projects or used the proceeds to strengthen their balance sheets.


Julian Small

Lead Partner


Derek Henderson



Tracking the trends 2015

Ten of the top issues mining companies will face in the coming year Welcome to Deloitte’s seventh annual global mining report Deloitte’s seventh annual global mining report examines the top ten issues that mining companies will face in the coming year.


Upstream Oil & Gas Advisers

Upstream Oil & Gas Advisers is a specialist team combining the skills of our core oil and gas business with the financial and technical capabilities of experienced geologists, geophysicists, and reservoir and petroleum engineers. 


Crude awakening

The collapse of crude oil prices in the second half of 2014 caught many by surprise. The price of Brent crude fell more than 50 per cent from $115 per barrel (bbl) in June to below $50/bbl by early January in 2015 and shows no sign of reaching the bottom just yet.