Energy & Natural Resources 

Ever-increasing global demand for energy. Volatile markets. Calls for reduced greenhouse gas emissions. Evolving political and regulatory priorities. Emerging new technologies. Increasing cost pressures. Aging workforce. It’s clear that energy and natural resources companies are facing one of their most challenging times. For many of these organizations, a key to adapting will be finding an informed perspective that can help them position themselves for what the future may bring.

That's where KPMG LLP can help. Our Energy & Natural Resources (ENR) professionals combine real-world industry experience with an in-depth understanding of our clients, their businesses, and the issues they face. We are constantly looking for better practices and emerging technologies. This helps us provide a highly informed perspective, which can translate into high-quality service. Our ENR practice assists major organizations in the oil and gas, power and utilities, chemicals, mining, and forestry industries to respond quickly to industry trends and business issues.


Our portfolio of clients ranges from giant global companies to next-generation leaders - including those raising capital in local markets, some for the first time.


Our ENR practice is at the forefront of the industry, interacting with our clients through various events and sponsorships. Globally, KPMG firms are sponsors of the World Energy Congress and World Petroleum Congress, and patrons of the World Energy Council. We also support important industry groups such as the Edison Electric Institute and American Gas Association. Additionally, KPMG's Global Energy Institute and annual KPMG Global Energy Conference provide opportunities for the firm to demonstrate its strength as an industry thought leader.


KPMG Global Energy Institute


The KPMG Global Energy Institute (GEI), a worldwide knowledge-sharing forum on current and emerging industry issues, helps illuminate key topics ranging from sustainability to energy demand to mergers and acquisitions.


Launched in 2007, the GEI provides an open platform where industry business leaders, financial officers, risk officers, internal audit directors, and tax executives can share leading practices and conduct an ongoing dialogue about emerging energy-industry issues. This vehicle for accessing thought leadership about key industry topics and trends provides a way for members to share their perspectives on the challenges and opportunities facing the energy industry—arming them with new tools to better navigate the changes in this dynamic arena.


GEI interacts with its more than 15,000 members through a variety of channels, including Webcasts, Podcasts, conferences, share forums, and a Web portal: