Wednesday, September 29th 2021
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Opportunities for the natural resources industry
This week’s must read
While most sectors of the economy are expected to decrease in 2020, renewable energy investment is expected to expand.
The correct valuation approach is critical in all areas, and there are two main options: the capital asset pricing model (CAPM) and implied internal rate of return (IRR) (IRR).
This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from Tomas Freyman, Grant Thornton about the valuation of renewable energy assets.
Solar power is a rapidly growing industry, driven by environmental imperatives and advances in technology. Solar panels are installed on rooftops and in solar farms across the world, but there is always a need for more material to build these systems.
What does the term “sustainability” signify in today’s energy industry?
An in-depth Roundtable with experts from L.E.K. Consulting’s Energy & Environment practice discussing sustainability’s impact on the energy business.
Public and private companies across the globe are increasingly aware of the risks posed by climate change. However, many global corporations are failing to adequately plan for these future impacts.
Companies in the oil and gas and mining industries that have prospered over time have necessarily learned to navigate through cycles. What are Political risk facing oil and gas and mining companies during these unprecedented times?
This week’s Consulting News
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This week’s media
This video presents the role of life and biological sciences and innovation for sustainable use of natural resources.
Consulting sourcing tips
There are several markers that define the “Consulting DNA” of a company: the obvious capability & industry experience, but also the footprint, culture, and delivery model. On this week’s Smart consulting Sourcing podcast, I tell you how to qualify a consulting...
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As an executive, you're probably used to making quick decisions. Given the amount of work that you have to do, you can't afford to dither. Is it worth your time to organize a competition when choosing your consultants? On this week’s Smart consulting Sourcing podcast,...
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