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Could Smart Approaches To Energy Help Protect Front Line Services?
The NHS provides highly specialised and energy intensive hospital services to more than one million people every 36 hours.
UK
21 Sep 2017
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Spring Budget 2017 Analysis - Oil And Gas: North Sea Late-Life Assets
The government has today announced that it will publish a formal discussion paper on tax issues for late-life North Sea oil and gas assets...
UK
9 Mar 2017
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Navigating The New World Of LNG - Trends, Signposts, And Opportunities
Growth, change, uncertainty, challenge, opportunity – these are some drivers explored by Deloitte's LNG series in 2016.
UK
23 Feb 2017
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Collaboration On The UKCS: What's In A Word?
Collaboration is a buzzword in the North Sea these days. At a time when the industry is striving to restore competitiveness, improve efficiency and bring down costs it has seldom been more important.
UK
27 Apr 2016
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CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme: Keeping On Top Of Your Timetable
It’s that time of year in the CRC calendar when participants need to think about purchasing allowances in the forecast sale.
UK
6 Mar 2015
6
Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard Regulations Laid Before Parliament
If your organisation lets or sublets properties, or might acquire properties to let out, you will need to consider potential letting restrictions.
UK
18 Feb 2015
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Minimum Energy Standards – One Step Closer To Implementation
The Energy Act 2011 places a duty on the Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change to improve the energy efficiency of private rented buildings.
UK
6 Aug 2014
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Oil And Gas: Chancellor On Target?
The Chancellor’s Budget announcement saw some positive steps for the North Sea.
UK
24 Mar 2014
9
ECO – Too Good To Be True?
The Energy Company Obligation, launched in January, is the latest UK Government initiative through which the UK Government is requiring energy utilities to promote actions that will drive reductions in carbon emissions and energy consumption.
UK
6 Jun 2013
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Customer Transformation In The Utilities Sector
Over a relatively short period of time we have seen customers' expectations change dramatically. Busy people who are constantly on the move are utilising new technology for everyday tasks such as banking, shopping and catching up on the day's news.
UK
2 Mar 2012
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2011 Is The Year Of Infrastructure Risk Management
This is the second year in which the Global Energy & Resources group of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited has published its power and utilities report for the year ahead
UK
18 May 2011
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Deloitte Comments On The Introduction Of A Carbon Price Floor
Robin Cohen, head of Deloitte's economic consulting practice commenting on today's Budget said:
UK
23 Mar 2011
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Crisis In Shipping Keeping Your Portfolio Afloat
Shipping has been hit hard in recent months, with the liquidity crisis and global recession affecting all sectors.
UK
9 Feb 2011
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A Survey of Carbon Reporting Practice in UK Listed Companies: Carbon Reporting to Date - Seeing the Wood for the Trees
Organisations are facing increasing pressure from investors, customers and indeed employees, to measure, report and reduce their carbon footprint. Additionally, the associated cost savings in today’s highly competitive environment are hard to ignore.
UK
29 Nov 2010
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Energy Predictions 2011
This is the second year in which the Global Energy & Resources group of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited has published its predictions for the year ahead. As the fog lifts over the global economy, a recovery is clearly underway in places as disparate as China, the United States, Brazil, Australia and India.
UK
29 Nov 2010
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Deloitte Comments On The Launch Of The New Green Investment Bank In Today’s Budget
"We welcome the launch of the government’s new green investment bank.
UK
24 Mar 2010
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Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECA)
As has become expected in each Budget since the introduction of the ECA regime in 2001, the list of qualifying technologies has again been updated.
UK
24 Mar 2010
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Reserved Revisions Or Seismic Shift? - Observations On The IASB’s Extractive Activities Draft Discussion Paper
There is much diversity in accounting for extractive industries under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
UK
21 Oct 2009
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Managing Complex Transformations - Achieving Excellence
A summary of our transformation management and programme leadership capability in the mining industry
UK
14 Oct 2009
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Unfinished Business – Planning For Mine Closure Liabilities
All mining operations disturb the natural environment. Companies that operate mines are obliged, to varying extents, to undertake work associated with the closure and decommissioning of their mines and rehabilitation of the impacted area. Closure provisions recognised in financial statements account for the future expense of undertaking this work.
UK
9 Jul 2007
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