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2014 Emerging issues in China Power and Delivery Sector

The traditional economic pattern of China Power & Delivery sector has been facing challenges this year including regulation, strategic, financial constraints in different levels, and the sharp rise of the cost combined with the flat power demand. All factors above are leading the industry into a potentially destructive cycle. Among many trends worthwhile to explore, this report focuses on the future of nuclear power, turning point of renewable energy, the subversion of smart grid, overseas mergers and acquisitions of China power & delivery enterprises, and the new challenges under the new risks, because these fields mentioned above are closely related with the future strategies and operations of the Power & Delivery enterprises, and experiencing major changes with influences on the industry blueprint. With the global nuclear renaissance and emerging nuclear power countries, the competitions in nuclear resources and overseas nuclear market have been severely intensified. After adjustment, renewable energy sector is expected to bottom out in 2014, with the joint impacts of market, capital, and technologies.The launch of China emissions trading also triggers huge potential of China carbon market. The Power & Delivery enterprises need to be ready, because the construction of smart grid and the reform of power market are going to change the power sector ecosystem and the interaction pattern between companies and users. The overseas mergers and acquisitions of power and delivery enterprises will continue to be active and mainly focus on derived renewable energy assets. With China economy stepping into the shifting period, the political and financial environment is both full of uncertainties. The Power & Delivery enterprises will face the new risks in respect of compliance, capital and among others.

2015 Macroeconomic report: How Can Latin America and the Caribbean Navigate the Global Economy

Latin America and the Caribbean is expected to grow at only a modest pace in the coming years given relatively low growth across the globe. While the United States is now growing more strongly implying a likely rise in U.S. interest rates, discussed extensively in last year’s report, risks to growth persist in Europe and Japan, and growth may also decline more than anticipated in China. Chapter 2 explores the implications for the region of a baseline and a more negative scenario for European, Japanese and Chinese growth. A positive shock to U.S. growth, coupled with continued low oil prices, would be a net benefit for the region and provide a boost to countries in the Caribbean and Central America

2015 Russian Oil & Gas Outlook Survey

The companies will feel the impact of the issues caused by the imposed sanctions. However, they could also have a positive effect.

2016 Deloitte Energy Conference Exponential technologies, driving exponential change

2016 Deloitte Energy Conference Exponential technologies, driving exponential change

2016 Global chemical industry mergers and acquisitions outlook. A quest for focus

2016 Global chemical industry mergers and acquisitions outlook. A quest for focus

2016 Russian Oil & Gas Outlook Survey

Deloitte CIS has completed its tenth annual Russian Oil and Gas Outlook Survey, based on interviews with executives from state and private enterprises. Its findings highlight the interim results of operations throughout the industry, current results of certain companies, their plans and short-term and medium-term growth opportunities.

2021 Renewable Energy Industry Outlook

The potential for increasing renewable energy demand, combined with the electrification of transportation and industrials and oil and gas companies’ increased participation in the electricity value chain, is accelerating industry convergence. Explore how these trends could help foster collaboration and what the year ahead may look like for the renewable energy industry.

A Clash of Titans: Vestas, Siemens and the Future of Wind Power

Denmark and Danish companies have shown that environmental policies and economic growth can go hand in hand. As the first country in the world, Denmark has decided to lead the transition to a green growth economy and become entirely independent of fossil fuels by 2050. Today, more than a third of Danish electricity consumption is covered by wind power. For decades, Danish companies and research institutions have developed solutions to make this transition possible. The solutions are already here and ready to inspire.

A Closer Look at the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB)

Crude petroleum is Nigeria’s most important non-renewable energy source, contributing over 90 percent of the country’s foreign exchange earnings and about 80 percent of recurrent and capital expenditure.

A Post-Sanctions Iran and the Eurasian Energy Architecture

The removal of international sanctions on Iran carries the potential to radically restructure the Eurasian energy architecture and, as a consequence, reshape Eurasian geopolitics. The Euro-Atlantic community’s interests will be most impacted by Iran’s choice of export destinations for its natural gas delivered by pipeline. By defining the pattern of major energy flows through long-term supply contracts and costly pipeline infrastructure investment, the pattern of Iran’s piped gas exports in the immediate post-sanctions period will influence the development of both China’s “One Belt, One Road” (OBOR) initiative and the European Union’s “Eastern Neighborhood” policy.

A Unique Opportunity to Invest in the China Energy Growth Story

Presentation on the Chinese gas market and policies and incentives

Advisory Outlook June 2016

Advisory Outlook June 2016

Aerospace in the Netherlands: opening the gateway to Europe

With the support of renowned universities and leading research institutions, the Dutch Aerospace sector has the commitment to continuously innovate. This gives aircraft manufacturers, airlines and operators a global competitive advantage.

Afghanistan's Oil, Gas, and Minerals Industries: $488 Million in U.S. Efforts Show Limited Progress Overall, and Challenges Prevent Further Investment and Growth

Afghanistan’s Oil, Gas, and Minerals Industries: $488 Million in U.S. Efforts Show Limited Progress Overall, and Challenges Prevent Further Investment and Growth

Against the Grain

IS THE global fad for quinoa a bane or boon to the peasants of the Andes? For centuries they were more or less the only people to grow or eat the stuff. Dieticians in the rich world have known how nutritious it is for a long time: in 1993 a study by NASA, America’s space agency, stated: “While no single food can supply all the essential life-sustaining nutrients, quinoa comes as close as any other in the plant or animal kingdom.” But it took adulation from the likes of Oprah Winfrey (who in 2008 included it in her 21-day “cleanse” diet) to give the grain global appeal. The UN even branded 2013 the International Year of Quinoa.

Agribusiness in France

This paper is an overlook on the agribusiness sector in France. It also compares France to the other European countries such as Germany, Italy, the U.K., Spain or the Netherlands...

Agribusiness Indicators: Nigeria

The purpose of this Agriculture Business Indicators Study was to isolate the success factors and construct indicators that reflect the performance of the agriculture sector in Nigeria and that benchmark it in terms directly comparable to agriculture sectors in other developing countries. Providing policy makers and public officials with access to this type of empirical information is seen as way to stimulate and inform policy dialogue about what reforms are needed and about how scarce public resources can be most effectively invested. 

Agricultural Sector Review: Revitalising Agriculture for Economic Growth, Job Creation & Food Security

Economic growth, job creation, and development are central to the decade of transformation (2015-25) and long-term security for the people of Afghanistan. The Bank and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GoIRA) recognize that agriculture and rural development are a key to inclusive growth, and hence need renewed vigor and strategic long-term investments. Further, the Bank and the GoIRA acknowledge that increases in agricultural productivity and market access for smallholders are critical for rural development, job creation, and food security in Afghanistan

Agricultural Support Policies and Programs in Jamaica 2006-2011

An analysis of Jamaica's agriculture support policies and programs shows that Jamaican consumers are financing the bulk of supports to the agriculture sector. This report estimates the agriculture public support policies and programs of Jamaica between 2006 and 2011. This analysis of the agriculture programs and policies provides an understanding of the level and composition by type of support for different crops and livestock producers during 2010-2011.


An overview on the growing Agriculture sector in Lebanon.
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