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CFO Insights — Energy & water: A market reality check

Published on: Jan 15, 2015

No matter your industry, your business prospects depend in some way on energy. And while the energy landscape in the United States has changed dramatically over the last decade, now is not the time to be complacent about energy usage or costs.

In fact, for CFOs, now may be the time to take stock of your energy portfolio, rebalancing and derisking it for the future. Why? The favorable energy supply and price environment enjoyed currently in the US — like all competitive advantages — will likely erode as domestic and global markets adjust to new energy supply and demand realities.

This issue makes some key observations related to the energy and water markets and discusses why CFOs should take advantage.


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