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Real Time - Delivering International Financial Reporting Standards in the Oil and Gas and Utilities Industries - December 2006

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are now very real for companies around the world. With many companies at the end of their first full IFRS reporting period, we publish Real Time, which examines the reality of reporting under the new standards for companies in the oil & gas and utilities sectors.

Both industries are characterised by the need for big upfront investment, often with great uncertainty about outcomes over a long-term time horizon. Their geopolitical, environmental, energy and natural resource supply and trading challenges, combined with often complex stakeholder and business relationships, has meant that the transition to IFRS has required some complex judgments about how to implement the new standards.

Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers



The big leap - Utilities global survey - December 2006

Once again we go to the heart of boardroom thinking with our comprehensive annual global survey of power utility company leaders around the world. Both this year and in the last two years, concerns about security of supply top the list of anxieties with massive technological and infrastructure investment required to meet burgeoning demand and address environmental concerns. Against that background, last year in our Under Pressure report, we asked investors about the attractiveness of investment in the sector and found significant concerns about regulatory uncertainty and market volatility.

Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers





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