Utility companies are under increasing pressure to deliver value to both customers and shareholders whilst satisfying the demands of regulators. A key component in meeting these stakeholder demands is a coherent physical asset management strategy.


Major Belgian energy networks are asset-intensive organizations. Whatever the project, these companies must develop a deeper understanding of the requirements related to asset management, an in-depth awareness of the resources invested in the physical assets and a sense for keeping a balance between investments, maintenance costs, risks and performance of these assets.

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KPMG assisted in the setup, implementation and rollout of a corporate Project Management Office and Project Portfolio Management (PPO & PPM) department for one of Belgium's largest utility providers. Read the case

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