Export controls within energy and resources
Do you understand the implications to your business?
Export controls are regulations that support national security policies and prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and related terrorist activities. Export controls have been around for many years, but due to recent terrorist activities and developments in technology, governments and industry have sharpened their focus. Today, export controls are a high-profile topic and we have seen a recent surge in enforcement, particularly around dual-use goods (for example, items that are designed for a commercial application, but that also have a potential military end-use.
Companies must ensure compliance with national export control regulations, as well as, US regulations which can impact any company dealing with US origin products/software/technology, US persons or US-owned companies, wherever located.
Find out how this affects
|Metals and mining (PDF, 66 KB)|
|Nuclear (PDF, 89 KB)|
|Oil and gas (PDF, 71 KB)|
|Renewable energy and cleantech (PDF, 65 KB)|
|Export controls and the Iranian sanctions (PDF, 456 KB)
Oil and gas