13 June 2013

Leadership Voices: Imagining the future of the Oil and Gas Industry - report

The oil and gas sector has emerged swiftly from the recent global economic downturn and is back on an upward curve. The robustness of the industry has surprised even some industry leaders and brought regained confidence to the sector.

However, according to new research conducted by Robert Gordon's University and supported by PwC and Dana Petroleum, the challenges  relating to future workforce needs, skills gaps and the leadership succession are still very real for the industry.

The report, Leadership Voices, Imagining the future of the Oil and Gas Industry, also reflects an industry confident in its technical ability but uncertain about the shape of the future particularly in the balance of power between international oil companies (IOCs), national oil companies (NOCs) and service companies.

Canvassing the views of over 40 senior leaders working around the world, the report looks at a range of issues from technology and new discoveries to tax and legislative stability, and fluctuations in oil and gas prices to the future of shale.

To find out more, click on the link below for a copy of the full  Leadership Voices report:

Download Leadership Voices report

 The report was officially launched at PwC's More London office.  To see a video capturing the highlights of the event, please click here.

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