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  • Service: Advisory, Management Consulting, Business Performance Services, Risk Consulting, Transactions & Restructuring
  • Industry: Energy & Natural Resources, Infrastructure, Building & Construction
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 6/12/2014

Videos: Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) 

Mary Hemmingsen, KPMG in Canada, discusses LNG.
  • KPMG's Mary Hemmingsen discusses problems LNG and other energy project developers are facing



  • Published on June 4, 2014: Mary Hemmingsen, KPMG Partner, National Sector Leader for Power & Utilities and LNG, discusses the common problems that developers of LNG projects are experiencing. Hemmingsen addresses the recent news about Russia agreeing to supply natural gas to China and what that means for LNG projects in British Columbia and elsewhere.



  • KPMG's Success Strategy for LNG Proponents



  • Published on May 21, 2014: KPMG has developed a sophisticated approach to helping LNG proponents achieve success. This approach is based on a thorough assessment of the new challenges in LNG.


    Planning for success begins very early, from the project framing stage. It unfolds from there and incorporates innovative approaches to business models, stakeholder management, project management and human capital planning.


    In this video, KPMG Partner, Mary Hemmingsen, outlines this new model, which is now available in a new report entitled: "Major LNG Projects: Navigating the new terrain."


  • Putting LNG in perspective: KPMG’s Mary Hemmingsen



  • Published on May 21, 2014: LNG has the potential to add immensely to Canada's energy producing capacity and economic growth. But much work needs to be done in terms of pipelines and other necessary LNG infrastructure.


    KPMG Partner, Mary Hemmingsen, is at the forefront of helping LNG proponents and related companies prepare for successfully developing LNG projects in Canada.


    Mary is KPMG's national sector leader for Power Utilities and LNG. She talks about Canada's position in the LNG industry and the importance of British Columbia in the competitive global LNG market.


 

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