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Energy businesses, both sourcing traditionally and from renewable sources, are facing many challenges arising from economic, regulatory and technological trends.
As a leader in the oil and gas sector, you need to identify opportunities for growth in an environment where costs associated with environmental and safety requirements, decreasing margins and competition may affect your bottom line. Yet - new technology may enhance your ability to maximize the efficiency of your operations.
Having an experienced advisor on your side to support you in managing your business performance and achieving your objectives can make all the difference. RSM’s professionals have decades of experience servicing the evolving energy sector in compliance matters, and through financial, transaction, operational performance or risk advisory services, among others. Our experience extends to supporting upstream, midstream and downstream organizations, as well as environmental and remediation businesses throughout the business life cycle. By keeping abreast of trends in the industry and bringing these to your attention proactively, you can move forward with confidence.
We expect crude-by-rail exports for 2021 to continue rebounding as crude production increases and export pipeline capacity remains limited.
The Supreme Court of Canada has issued its decision, upholding the Federal Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act as constitutional.
Description: Long a leader in technology adoption, the energy sector must continue to seek out opportunities for digital innovation
The political and social landscape in the oil and gas industry is changing, and companies without an ESG strategy will fall behind.
Energy companies are focused on alternatives to normal business operations for generating cash flow during a potential liquidity crisis.
The federal fuel charge and the TIER program aim to work in harmony and will become effective on various taxable fuels on January 1, 2020.
Changes to IFRS 15, in effect since Jan. 1, 2018, have the potential to change a good acquisition into a bad one—or vice versa.
Plan now to get ahead on compliance – there are three major changes coming to financial statements prepared in accordance with IFRS.
An overview of ESTMA, which affects certain entities involved in the commercial development of oil, gas and minerals.
Financial experts play a key role helping the litigants and the court understand financial issues in oil and gas litigation matters.
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