Our global infrastructure and mining practice has the expertise to help you navigate and respond to the powerful dynamics reshaping the industry.
How we can help
The electric, water, and gas utility industries, and in turn infrastructure and mining (I&M) companies — the companies that design, build, and deliver the products and services utilities rely on — are experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Electric utilities, for example, are feeling pressure from expanding distributed technology deployment, tightening regulations (some driving significant capital expenditure requirements), and shifting relative fuel prices. At the same time, their U.S.-based I&M suppliers increasingly have to diversify global footprints and modify operating models as global growth rates diverge.
With products ranging from utility-scale power plants, turbines, boilers, pumps, and valves to smart-grid sensors and software and services including design, engineering, and maintenance, I&M companies must adapt to external changes affecting their customers by continuously reevaluating their portfolios, expanding their geographic reach, and improving operational efficiencies.
The infrastructure and mining practice at PwC's Strategy& leverages its strategic planning expertise and deep understanding of global power, gas, and water markets to help suppliers across these sectors navigate and respond to evolving business challenges.