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Export and Trade Controls in relation to Oil Gas and Renewables (Webinar)

Export and Trade Controls in relation to Oil Gas and Renewables (Webinar)

28 April 2021
Venue: Webinar (15:30 BST)



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This webinar, hosted by Subsea UK and delivered by Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU), covered:


  • What the oil & gas and renewables export and trade controls are, and why they are in place
  • How export and trade control licensing works
  • The risks of trading in certain destinations and due diligence that can be undertaken
  • Lead in times for applications Company resources (Goods checker etc)

Speakers


Claire Harrison
ECJU


Claire has been with the Export Control Organisation for ten years and leads the work of the Business Awareness Unit in the Export Control Joint Unit. The Business Awareness Unit ensures UK exporters understand export control regulation and policies to enable them to remain compliant with export control laws on military and dual use goods software and technology. Supported by a small team, she is responsible for ensuring delivery of a busy programme of UK-wide export control related industry training courses; and ensuring GOV.UK on-line information guides about export control are accurate and current.

Having worked in government for over 30 years, Claire’s has a background in assisting UK 
businesses to grow, by developing their technical capabilities and export potential. Claire has developed her expertise in export controls and works closely with business, government agencies and trade associations, signposting access to resources and know-how to improve the provision of export control awareness to companies of all sizes.

Come along to the Export Control Workshop to hear more about the range of controls including sanctions for exports and trade in oil gas renewables exploration and processing equipment.


Adrian Bond
ECJU


Adrian Bond is the Business Awareness Training Manager for the UK’s Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU), part of the Department for International Trade (DIT), the Export Control Licencing Authority. Adrian is responsible for providing ECJU training to new and experienced exporters at virtual events and across the UK. Before joining the Business Awareness Unit in 2014, Adrian worked in ECJU’s Technical Assessment Unit, providing Control List Classifications.

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