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Drilling DOWN Newsletters

Time to invest in the digitization of trading and risk management

In this edition of KPMG Global Energy Institute’s Drilling down, we asked Jason Guyre about the digitization of trading and risk management.


 Drilling Down: Exploration and production transactions aim to improve resiliency

In this edition of KPMG Global Energy Institute’s Drilling Down, we asked Andy Steinhubl and Chris Click about recent merger and acquisition transactions in the exploration and production E&P sector.


 Drilling Down: Harvey Nash/CIO Survey

The Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey received more responses than any other IT leadership survey in the world. In 2016, more than 3,300 CIOs and technology leaders across 82 countries shared their views and experiences. The IT structure within an organization is changing and leaders have to stay innovative. In this edition of the KPMG Global Energy Institute’s Drilling Down, Mark Tackley-Goodman, Principal-Advisory, discusses some of the implications arising from the challenges facing the industry and how CIOs can make room to support the type of technology transformation that will be required to drive improved business results.


 Drilling Down: On the cusp of a reinvigorated Oil and Gas M&A environment

This is the fifth edition of Drilling Down, the KPMG Global Energy Institute’s monitor of key issues for decision makers in the global oil and gas sector. Drilling Down offers insights from KPMG thought leaders on the trends that are driving and shaping oil and gas companies today


 Drilling Down: A deeper look into corporate integration

As discussions on Capitol Hill regarding tax reform continue, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-UT) appears poised to weigh in with the expected release of a significant corporate tax reform proposal. Although the exact timing remains unclear, Chairman Hatch has indicated that within the coming months he intends to unveil a draft “corporate integration” legislation to alleviate the double taxation of corporate earnings. In this edition of KPMG Global Energy Institute’s DrillingDOWN, we ask John Gimigliano and Jennifer Gray to discuss what we might expect and what the implications could be for the industry.