UK Energy Hub
Energy to build a better Britain
As the UK heads toward a low-carbon economy, managing energy needs in a complex and somewhat unpredictable sector has become increasingly critical to business success. The Hub is home to our latest informed, independent thinking from teams across the energy landscape: Power & Utilities | Renewables | Oil & Gas | Mining & Metals | Water | Energy Optimisation
Review of the UK oilfield services industry
The lower oil price environment has driven greater efficiencies and innovative approaches in the industry, but it is essential these hard-won benefits are sustained as the oil price recovers.
As meters get smarter, who gets the power?
As the UK Government’s smart metering mandate ramps up, large energy retailers can't just focus on the present without confronting the future. Read our five insights for executives.
Mergers, acquisitions and capital raising – trends and outlook
In a diverging market, what path will you carve? We look at the 2016 trends and 2017 outlook for M&A and capital raising in the mining and metals sector.
Technology for connected homes: lifeline or threat to energy companies?
Connected homes technology is becoming a priority for energy companies. We look at how to stay ahead.
Future of energy series
Our latest insight looks at turning the energy value chain upside down.
RECAI issue 48: October 2016
The US holds on to the top spot, but we also see Europe falling behind while emerging markets surge.
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EY are proud sponsors of the Young Energy Professionals Awards 2017
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Our points of view
6 March 2017
8 February 2017
10 January 2017
David Lister and Rob Haden
8 December 2016
7 November 2016
3 November 2016
As the UK Government's smart metering mandate ramps up, large energy retailers can't just focus on the present without confronting the future.
Throughout the year, global macroeconomic factors created huge uncertainty and volatility, and the disciplines instilled through this experience will no doubt continue to influence strategies into 2017.
Ben Warren, RECAI Chief Editor, UK&I Energy Corporate Finance Leader, discusses the findings and emerging markets in the latest RECAI index.
Utilities face increased competition from tech and telecom players in the evolution of the connected home. How can they make the most of the opportunity? We look at how to stay ahead.
Power & Utilities
Head of Power & Utilities, UK&I Transaction Advisory Services
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Mining & Metals
Global Mining & Metals Leader, Transaction Advisory Services
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