July 2008

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Analysis: five forces to shape energy expansion for decades

A new white paper by Dr. Joseph A. Stanislaw, independent advisor to Deloitte's Energy & Resources group, explores the forces molding relations between countries and the private sector as they vie for..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

A new white paper by Dr. Joseph A. Stanislaw, independent advisor to Deloitte's Energy & Resources group, explores the forces molding relations between countries and the private sector as they vie for the world's energy resources. The convergence of international concern about climate change and energy security is the principal force behind a shakeup that is buffeting the agendas of energy producers (companies and governments) and energy consumers (companies and governments). Climate change and energy security concerns are: Forcing energy prices higher Driving resource nationalism Spurring competition for resources Igniting public and private investment in alternative ener

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