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Drilling Activity Down 25% Across UK Continental Shelf
North Sea offshore drilling activity fell 25% in the first quarter of 2011, according to the latest oil and gas industry figures released by Deloitte.
UK
13 Apr 2011
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Your Judgement. Reserved. - 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
3 Dec 2009
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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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Getting Back In The Water - Consolidation In The Global Steel Industry
In 2008 steel industry consolidation—which had accelerated at a blistering pace over the past decade—hit a brick wall. With the advent of the global economic decline and, in particular, the freezing of credit markets, demand plummeted and the availability of financing to support transactions all but disappeared.
UK
20 May 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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A Mine Of Information - An Analysis Of Sustainable Development Reporting In The Mining Industry
When metals and mining companies first started to report on environmental performance, there may have been a feeling that a long journey was just beginning. Now the broader context of sustainable development is well established, albeit evolving and with significant challenges.
UK
8 May 2007
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Back To The Future - Exploring The Options For The 21st Century North Sea
A few years ago, many thought the North Sea to be in terminal decline – at least from the point of view of the Supermajors as they looked to manage their exit from the North Sea. A new breed of low cost operators had begun to move in and take on this ageing asset base which was failing to attract the level of investment required to sustain production. Never was this more visible than when BP sold their iconic operating stake in the Forties field to Apache for $1.3b in early 2003.
UK
2 May 2007
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Drilling Deep. Unearthing the Potential of Digital Oilfield Technology
The Digital Oilfield is much talked about, but often not clearly articulated. The truth is that many existing and new technologies contribute to the overall concept, and there is no clear-cut definition as to what is, and what is not, part of the Digital Oilfield. The Digital Oilfield potentially extends from the use of 4-D seismic imaging, through to  data-to-desktop initiatives that take production data through to marketers and traders.
UK
13 Jan 2006
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