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It’s no secret that the global mining sector has endured significant difficulties throughout the past few years.
With energy industry profits steadily declining in recent years, many middle market oil and gas companies are now suffering overwhelming losses and facing uncertain futures.
BDO’s National Mining Leader, Bryndon Kydd, explores dominant trends and key takeaways from the world’s leading convention for the mineral exploration industry. These include lessons learned from the latest down cycle, signals of recovery, and the sector’s environmentally-minded future as we move to greener pastures.
Volatile pricing, currency valuation and economic uncertainty pose both apparent and hidden risks that affect how mining companies do business.
Understanding the complicated flow-through share rules is extremely important for companies looking to raise funding for their exploration activities in order to avoid costly penalties and potential ramifications to their reputation.
As organizations progressively rely on globalizing supply chain activities to improve efficiency and reduce costs, managing the risks associated with contract compliance becomes increasingly complex.
The Canadian securities commissions implemented a number of regulatory changes in 2015 that streamlined regulatory compliance for venture issuers.
Mining companies are under increasing pressure to trim costs and take bigger risks to ease their declining profit margins.
Mid-market oil & gas companies are well-poised to emerge from the commodity price drop stronger than ever, according to the inaugural 2015 BDO Global Energy Middle Market Monitor report.