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The Future Of The Global Power Sector - Preparing For Emerging Opportunities And Threats
There is little doubt that power is a key driver of human progress.
UK
1 May 2015
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ECO – Too Good To Be True?
The Energy Company Obligation, launched in January, is the latest UK Government initiative through which the UK Government is requiring energy utilities to promote actions that will drive reductions in carbon emissions and energy consumption.
UK
6 Jun 2013
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Digital In A Regulated Industry
After working within the utilities industry for several years, I have come across challenges that many regulated organisations face when trying to manage and deliver changes in the fast moving world of digital.
UK
4 Jun 2013
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Customer Transformation In The Utilities Sector
Over a relatively short period of time we have seen customers' expectations change dramatically. Busy people who are constantly on the move are utilising new technology for everyday tasks such as banking, shopping and catching up on the day's news.
UK
2 Mar 2012
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Energy Predictions 2010
This is the first year in which the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Global Energy & Resources group has published its predictions for the year ahead.
UK
23 Nov 2009
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It’s All In The Process - IT Risk Management Within Process Control Networks
Critical Infrastructure, notably the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition systems (SCADA) that operate them, will likely see increased cyber attacks in 2009.
UK
6 Apr 2009
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A Clear View Of The Prospects. Seamless End-To-End Support For Infrastructure Fund Investors
Global interest in infrastructure investments – such as transport, energy, utilities and communications, as well as social infrastructure including education, housing and prisons – is on the increase. The attraction for infrastructure fund investors is essentially three fold: infrastructure assets are durable assets, they offer stable longterm returns with running yields, and tend to have high barriers to entry either through independent regulation, or they constitute the provision of essential
UK
5 Jul 2007
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Fluid Prospects - Results Of The Water UK City Conference 2007 Survey
Deloitte was delighted to be involved with the 7th annual Water UK City Conference held on the 8th February 2007. More than 100 people from across the water industry attended the event despite the poor weather conditions on the day. The conference reviewed the year’s key talking points such as:
UK
1 Jun 2007
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Technology Predictions - TMT Trends 2007 - Part One
The technology sector in 2006 was characterized by diversity and growth. As forecast last year, search continued to dominate the Internet, as well as the headlines. The Internet continued its evolution into a fully commercial infrastructure, with disparities between its rules and those of traditional companies, steadily lessening. Technology’s role in the education process also matured, with digital classrooms and distance learning becoming more widespread.
UK
18 Jan 2007
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Technology Predictions - TMT Trends 2007 - Part Two
Offering services for free has become a mainstay of the technology industry, and a marketing tool of choice for growing market share. But free offers may become increasingly costly, both to suppliers and consumers, during the course of 2007.
UK
18 Jan 2007
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Deloitte Financial Services Fundamental News (Part Two)
The long anticipated Turner Report was published in November 2005. If the government acts on its recommendations, the UK pensions landscape will undergo and remarkable change.The most obvious benefit to the fund management industry would be the chance to add up to 12 million new customers to their books.
UK
 
23 Feb 2006
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Deloitte Financial Services Fundamental News
The FSA has gone to press with sharp criticism of recent online promotions for Venture Capital Trusts. The FSA cited a number of intermediaries who were accentuating the positive, but significantly underrating the negatives in their online communications. Claire Aquilina reports on the FSA’s concerns.
UK
 
23 Feb 2006
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2020 Vision - Meeting UK power generation objectives in 2020 – a strategic insight
In recent years, the UK has had no difficulty generating enough electricity to meet increasing demand, and little problem in balancing the priorities of energy security, emissions reduction and the maintenance of efficient markets. Primarily, this is because the UK has been able to rely on abundant indigenous fossil fuels (particularly North Sea gas, but also coal) supported by nuclear power.
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9 Feb 2006
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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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Moving towards a long-term carbon price
The agreement on climate change reached at the G8 summit in July 2005 gives new impetus to action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It acknowledges climate change as a "serious and long-term challenge" and states that "we know enough to act now to put ourselves on a path to slow and, as the science justifies, stop and then reverse the growth of greenhouse gases."
UK
6 Sep 2005
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