The lockdown has radically altered energy prices and markets in the UK and globally. This webinar considers the future of energy prices and some implications for the energy and natural resources sectors, with particular emphasis on matters relevant to finance professionals working in the ENR sectors.
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History has shown that a narrow focus on short term profits can result in undesirable outcomes. Learn about the benefits of investing in long term value and navigate the shift from shareholder to stakeholder value.
Guidance for people who run outdoor working environments.
Guidance for people who run offices, contact centres and similar indoor environments.
Everyone is having to learn to talk online now, but It's easy to get it wrong when you're at home. You don't want to look and sound unprofessional. This webinar will give you expert advice and tips on how to have a professional image on screen whether in meetings or interviews.
Pressure on carbon is creating innovation diamonds!
How technology, flexibility, innovation and policy will impact business.
New carbon and energy reporting requirements come into effect from April 2019 for quoted companies, large companies and large LLPs. Entities caught by the new rules will need to familiarise themselves with the requirements. They should consider what information needs to be captured and ensure that appropriate systems are in place. This webinar provides an overview of the new rules, together with the background behind them and how they build on existing reporting requirements. It will cover key considerations from environmental coordinators and also provide tips for preparers.
Following COP24, and the IPCC's reporting requiring carbon emissions to halve by 2050, and implementing a measurement and reporting regime. We will explore the reporting requirements of COP24. Many believe that carbon pricing provides the right incentives for energy producers and consumers alike – to play their part in reducing emissions. But what should the carbon price be - who should set it and how, and how should it be accounted for and reported on? And what are the implications for the sector?
Julia Piechozek, Director in Audit & Assurance, and Alan Teixeria, IFRS Research Global Director, Deloitte, and Bill Roberts, former CFO, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, Expert in long term energy liabilities explore and explain the technical accounting for leases under the new standard. They will also consider the impact on contracts, such as ‘pay for performance’ contracts, joint venture and other services arrangements, with a particular focus on leased assets in the Energy and Natural Resources sectors.