Anna Spadafora

KPMG | M&A Predictor 2018: Global Energy Sector

Blog Post created by Anna Spadafora on Jun 18, 2018

The KPMG Global Energy Institute is pleased to announce the launch of the annual M&A Predictor report with 2018 global energy sector data.

 

The report anticipates a mixed but promising year for energy sector M&A transactions in 2018 as the market continues to stabilize and companies increasingly position themselves for greater earnings growth.

Highlights of our latest report containing timely data and commentary:

 

 

According to M&A Predictor data, corporate appetite for M&A deals in the Oil & Gas sector, as measured by forward P/E ratios, is expected to decline by 10 percent in 2018 versus 2017.

Appetite for M&A deals in the Utilities sector is expected to rise by 2 percent in 2018.

The capacity of corporates to fund M&A growth is expected to rise by 11 percent for the Oil & Gas sector and 2 percent for the Utilities sector.

The 2018 renewables market continues to be attractive and promising.

 

We encourage you to explore the full report for a more-detailed examination of both the M&A market’s 2017 activity and our assessment of what to expect in this busy year. View our interactive regional data as well for additional insights.

 

KPMG Global Energy Institute (GEI)

To register for KPMG's Global Energy Institute enabling you to automatically receive future content, as well as invitations to upcoming industry webcasts, please contact us at energy@kpmg.com.

For further information about this report, please contact us at energy@kpmg.com.

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