Recent developments in food and nutrition show more discerning Asian consumers keeping pace with other markets when it comes to demand for healthy alternatives
In today’s world of rising geopolitical tensions, rapidly-advancing digital disruption and transformation and the acceleration towards lower-carbon economies, commodity CFOs are having to establish a clear and common understanding of company purpose and become adept in outlining how the company delivers value.
In the shift from fossil fuels to cleaner energy solutions, LNG undoubtedly has and will continue to play a pivotal role in the changing landscape of the industry.
This year’s annual gathering of energy majors at CERAWeek in Houston was dominated not by talk of fossil fuels, but of climate change.
Our Metals & Minerals team recently attended the annual copper forum at Yingtan in China
The oil trading sector’s continuing move toward process automation is triggering a migration of talent to digital service providers
The move by Australia’s largest coal mining company to respond to shareholder pressure by freezing production at current levels demonstrates the power of the global response to climate change.
2018 saw the energy and commodities markets continue to be challenged and disrupted. Global geopolitical uncertainty, shifting trade patterns, rising interest rates, digital innovation, and the emergence of a new generation of leaders are just some of the themes fuelling a sustained period of wholesale structural change across the sector.
The oil space was marked by change in 2018, with trading companies shifting focus to asset-backed business and big producers moving into trading, driving talent reshuffles across the industry.
Recruitment activity was high in 2018, led by the continuing development of the LNG market and reorganisation in the gas and power space
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