Strategic Value Improvement – Your approach to success
Strategic Value Improvement (SVI) is an integrated approach that combines the following elements in innovative and tailor-made ways to help companies achieve their strategic goals and ensure sustainable benefits during large-scale transformation programs: consolidation of organizational structures, improving the procurement function and external spend and improvements in SG&A efficiency as well as operational excellence - for example in sales and retail and trading.
ETRM System Projects as Business Transformation
Energy companies today face changing market and regulatory environments that place extraordinary demands on their Energy Trading and Risk Management (ETRM) software systems.
Global Shale Development Update
This upcoming webcast will discuss the factors affecting the shale gas landscape as it evolves in Central and Eastern Europe.
Accounting and Reporting Update
The KPMG Global Energy Institute is pleased to invite you to a one-hour webcast to discuss emerging accounting and financial reporting issues impacting the energy industry. Senior-level members of KPMG’s Energy practice will lead the discussion.
Energy Sustainability and Alternative Energy Project Development Series
This webcast series discusses the legislative and regulatory environment as it relates to energy sustainability and alternative energy project development
Achieving the Utility of the Future
This installment of KPMG’s Global Energy Institute webcast series, Achieving the Utility of the Future, will be focused around benefits realization for large capital projects.
IT Transparency - New Capabilities Driven From the Board Room
Reactive. Defensive. Unconvincing. Non-value added. Lacking insight. These are not terms by which anyone would like to be characterized, least of all a chief information officer (CIO).
Mass Opinion Business Intelligence (MOBI) for Utilities
Mass Opinion Business Intelligence (MOBI) provides a new generation of web measurement technology that can process unstructured data (e.g., social media) in the public and private domains, transforming it into structured data to be utilized in qualitative and quantitative analytics in real time.
Enhancing Credibility of Shale Gas Operations Through Implementation of the Golden Rules
Nontechnical risks are the major hurdles today facing the expansion of exploration and production (E&P) of shale and unconventional gas.
KPMG 2013 Energy Survey Results
KPMG’s 2013 Energy Survey represents the 11th annual energy executive survey conducted by the KPMG Global Energy Institute.
Sustainability & Alternative Energy Project Development Webcast Series
The Sustainability & Alternative Energy Project Development Webcast Series, presented by the KPMG Global Energy Institute, discusses the legislative and regulatory environment as it relates to energy sustainability and alternative energy project development.
Major Projects Advisory – Project Leadership Series
For the past decade, owners, contractors, designers and other stakeholders responsible for planning and delivering capital projects have been focused on improving their processes and controls.
Special Videocast Event: Cokie Roberts Keynote Address at the 2013 KPMG Global Energy Conference
Cokie Roberts, political commentator for ABC News, will address energy executives as the day two keynote speaker at the 11th annual KPMG Global Energy Conference.
Key Tax Developments Affecting the Oil & Gas Industry
This KPMG Global Energy Institute audio webcast will provide an overview of the latest tax issues affecting companies in the oil and gas industry.
Operational Transfer Pricing
This webcast covers the opportunities to operationalize transfer pricing in the ENR industry for improved effectiveness of risk management and planning.
Achieving the Utility of the Future Series
Smart grid technologies are significantly changing the way power and utility companies do business.
Energy Sustainability: Alternative Energy Project Development
This audio webcast series is dedicated to discussing the legislative and regulatory environment as it relates to energy sustainability and alternative energy project development.
Managing Third Party Anti-Bribery, Corruption Risks and Investigations in the Energy Sector
This KPMG Global Energy Institute audio webcast will discuss the latest developments related to Third Party Intermediary (TPI) management and how multinational energy companies address related risk and compliance activities.
Major Projects Advisory -- Project Leadership Series
The MPA Project Leadership Series describes a framework for managing and controlling large capital projects based on the experience of professionals from KPMG LLP's MPA practice.
Supply Chain for Power and Utilities
During this Global Energy Institute webcast, KPMG Procurement Advisory professionals will share insights and lessons learned on how Utilities can achieve cost savings to boost investment and growth.
Energizing Technology in Utilities: Human Capital Management Trends and Road Maps
Key topics of this webcast include: Human Capital Management (HCM) Technology Trends (social media, mobility, collaboration, analytics); HCM technology (Software As A Service); and, Developing a core HCM application technology roadmap.
Energy Sustainability - Alternative Energy Project Development Webcast Series
This audio webcast series is dedicated to discussing alternative energy project developments in the power and utilities industry.
Shamoon and Cyber Security in the Energy Industry
This webcast profiles the growing range and sophistication of adversaries attacking energy businesses worldwide, their motivations and the techniques they use.
Achieving the Utility of the Future Webcast Series
This webcast answers: What has happened since 2010 with electric transmission investment? How might the underlying economic drivers of electric transmission evolve? How soon might we see real impact of distributed generation?
KPMG Major Projects Advisory Leadership Project Series
Discussion topics of this webcast include: Project organization and establishing a Program Management Office (PMO); Project controls and governance; Stakeholder management and communication.
Dodd-Frank Title VII Is Reengineering Energy Swaps
This audio webcast will provide an overview of DFA Title VII mandated changes and the adjustment issues it creates.
Watered-down: Minimizing water risks in shale gas and oil drilling
While there are water risks to be managed, shale drilling can be safe and effective. Topics to be discussed include: Shale water challenges; Four critical shale water risk categories; and, Water risk mitigation approaches.
Global Shale Gas Update - Central and Eastern European Shale Gas Outlook
This session focuses on the key findings of the newly released Central and Eastern European Shale Gas Outlook report.
KPMG's Energy Sustainability - Alternative Energy Project Development Webcast Series
This is an audio webcast that will discuss alternative energy project developments in the power and utilities industry.
Reinventing the Supply Chain Function to Improve Total Shareholder Return
On behalf of the KPMG Global Energy Institute, you are invited to participate in an upcoming audio webcast that provides an overview of the supply chain function and the opportunities that will add strategic value to your organization.
Social Media: Governing the Possibilities for the Energy Industry
The use of digital and social media is growing rapidly and measurably impacting the way energy companies interact with customers and employees. The power of digital and social media to drive market behavior and employee engagement must be balanced with an appropriate governance and risk management strategy.