Deloitte Canada's Shak Parran, national leader of ecosystems and alliances for the energy, resources and industrials industry, says Deloitte's generative AI can predict future energy needs, infrastructure constraints, demand and supply of different sources of energy.
Today’s featured 25 Influential Women in Energy honoree is Teresa Thomas, partner and U.S. energy and chemicals advisory leader at Deloitte.
What used to be a domestic business is now the key to worldwide energy security.
Oil and gas executives are focusing on balance sheets and clean energy, according to Deloitte’s outlook for 2023.
The next couple of years are key for strategy decisions as oil producers should generate most of that added surplus cash—or $1 trillion—by 2024, Deloitte says.
Today’s featured 25 Influential Women in Energy honoree is Amy Chronis, vice chairman — U.S. oil, gas and chemicals leader and Houston managing partner for Deloitte based in Houston.
Amy Chronis and Angie Gildea, Women in Energy honorees and leaders from two of the Big Four accounting firms, recently delved into the big questions surrounding the energy transition and how the oil and gas industry can meet current challenges.
Not including the anomalous 2020 pandemic, global upstream M&A deals fell to pre-shale 2005 levels amid uncertainty and spending cutbacks despite a robust improvement in oil and gas prices.
Hear how U.S. producers are pivoting toward “a new math” plus a sneak peek of Deloitte’s involvement at the World Petroleum Congress being held in Houston this week.
In its 2022 Outlook, Deloitte identifies trends like capital discipline despite high oil prices, and net-zero targets that run contrary to conventional oil and gas wisdom.
Deloitte analysts find that while peak growth has passed, the industry will remain on solid ground for the foreseeable future. But how companies choose their competitive positioning will determine the new energy order.
While a majority said they would stay focused on core oil and gas business, most executives are mapping out near-term decarbonization strategies, a recent study says.
Deloitte’s Houston-based Greenhouse is an immersive environment helping oil and gas businesses devise low-carbon solutions to meet the evolving needs of the energy transition.
Deloitte's Amy Chronis details the perceived myths of oil’s demise, while also explaining how companies can better position themselves for a future in which more energy sources will be needed.
Today’s featured 25 Influential Women in Energy honoree is Katie Pavlovsky, principal, U.S. energy, resources and industrials industry leader, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP based in Houston.