http://sdc.deloittenet.deloitte.com/dcsp93f6x100008apgodjex3l_5s8j/njs.gif?dcsuri=/nojavascript&WT.js=No&WT.tv=8.6.2
0

News & Press Releases

Visit here to see the latest news and information from Deloitte MarketPoint, our press releases, and other newsworthy items from Deloitte and the energy and resources industry. Press releases date back approximately 12 months, with the most recent appearing at the top of the page.

Learn more by contacting us or connecting with us at a Deloitte MarketPoint event.


April 28, 2016

Supply shortfall to set $58/bbl oil in 2018

Supply shortfall to set $58/bbl oil in 2018

Deloitte Marketpoint forecasts a step up in oil prices from the mid-$40s in 2016 to increase to about $58/bbl by 2018 due to a supply shortage of more than 1 million b/d.


November 20, 2015

Report says wind, solar can't compete for now without tax breaks

Report says wind, solar can't compete for now without tax breaks

The report found, however, that it may take a decade or more for wind and solar to match the price of oil and coal generation in many parts of the country if federal lawmakers don't extend expiring tax credits for wind production and solar investment.


March 03, 2015

Natural Gas Infrastructure Implications of Increased Demand from the Electric Power Sector

Natural Gas Infrastructure Implications of Increased Demand from the Electric Power Sector

This report is a joint study between US Department of Energy and Deloitte MarketPoint. It examines the potential infrastructure needs of the U.S. interstate natural gas pipeline transmission system across a range of future natural gas demand scenarios that drive increased electric power sector natural gas use.


February 04, 2015

Deloitte studies oil supply growth for 2015-16

Deloitte studies oil supply growth for 2015-16

A Deloitte MarketPoint analysis suggested large-field projects, each producing more than 25,000 b/d, could bring on 1.835 million b/d in oil supply this year of which 635,000 b/d would be from members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and the rest from non-OPEC productions.


June 21, 2012

Exporting natural gas would not hurt U.S.

Exporting natural gas would not hurt U.S.

Once in a great while, the nation gets a problem that's actually nice to have. The latest example: the huge windfall of domestic natural gas from shale deposits, and the growing debate over whether to export some of it.


January 03, 2012

Abundant Shale Gas Driving U.S. LNG Exports

Abundant Shale Gas Driving U.S. LNG Exports

Worldwide demand for natural gas continues to increase at nearly 2% a year with the Middle East and Asia being the highest growth regions, according to Tom Choi, natural gas market leader at Deloitte MarketPoint LLC (DMP).