Energy, Resources & Industrials
Energy, Resources & Industrials reports, infographics, case studies and more
The 2030 decarbonization challenge
The path to the future of energy
The global energy mix is shifting from fossil fuels to renewables. There are abundant examples of both public and private organizations working hard to decarbonize the economy. As this energy transformation or “Green Deal” gains momentum, new ecosystems are forming and new technologies are emerging. These developments are helping to grow renewables, develop new energy carriers, improve energy efficiency, reduce emissions and create new markets for carbon and other by-products as part of an increasingly circular economy... More
Can we point business, workers, and social institutions in the same direction?
What images does “the future of work” conjure up for you? In his 1930 essay, Economic possibilities for our grandchildren, John Maynard Keynes foretold a future of “technological unemployment” and 15-hour workweeks... More
We are pleased to announce that International Tax Review, a leading industry publication and the principle source of information for tax specialists across the field, has published the fifth edition of the Transfer Pricing Guide for Energy & Resources sector in collaboration with Deloitte. The volume contains an article by experts from Deloitte CIS, Russia’s application of the Comparable Uncontrolled Price (CUP) Method... More
Are consumers ready to take to the skies?
This report reveals some steps that stakeholders can take to transform consumer perceptions and eventually make taking to the sky a part of commuters’ and travelers’ daily lives... More
Preparing for digital transformation? Deloitte’s latest survey reveals five key states of play
As organizations embark on a digital transformation journey, they should consider multiple questions to help narrow their choices: what to transform; where to invest; and which technologies can be a best-fit for their strategic needs. Industry 4.0 expands the digital transformation opportunities and drives more flexible, responsive, and interconnected enterprises capable of making further informed decisions.... More
What images does “the future of work” conjure up for you? In his 1930 essay, Economic possibilities for our grandchildren, John Maynard Keynes foretold a future of “technological unemployment” and 15-hour workweeks. We’ve long since given up on early 20th-century utopian visions of a leisure society in which machines do almost everything for us. But there’s no question that what we actually do these days is changing fast, and will continue to change.
The new organization: Different by design
This fourth annual survey of over 7000 human resource and business leaders globally, ranks the top 10 trends and companies readiness to respond to them. This report provides a summary of the human capital trends and priorities driving human resource decisions specifically in the Energy & Resources (E&R) industry...More
Metals and Mining, Energy, Oil and Gas, Fertilisers
This year we are once again coming out with the results of the survey on the financial reporting process. This is the fourth consecutive year that we are conducting this survey. As usual, the purpose of the survey is to review the existing financial reporting practices in Russian companies. The data we have collected will help our readers to compare their financial reporting processes with the existing practices of their peers...More
Energy and Resources report
Today’s global organizations must navigate a “new world of work” that has turned traditional approaches and assumptions about talent management upside down. In this new world of work with hyper-connected employees, global transparency in the job market, changes in the demographics with millennials soon to be making up 50% of the workforce and cognitive technologies that are reengineering work, human resources organizations will have to reskill, be bold and innovative...More