The impact of trade policy on energy companies | GEC 2019


Wednesday, June 5, 2019
1:30 pm - 2:20 pm (Concurrent session IIB)

In a constantly shifting global trade environment, energy companies need to stay on top of changes large and small that could impact their profitability and risk. Trade, customs and supply chain professionals will cover the top trade issues of the day and their effect on the sector, including the implications of the USMCA “new NAFTA” agreement, tariffs, and relations with China and other trade partners. We also will discuss how energy companies can help mitigate risk despite the uncertainty.

Slides from the session, please click here
 


Moderators:

William Lovallo

William Lovallo

Partner, Financial Due Diligence, KPMG (US)

Irina Vaysfeld

Irina Vaysfeld

Principal, Trade & Customs Practice, KPMG (US)

Panelists
 


 

Michael Mcgee

Michael Mcgee

Director of International Trade Regulations, BP America, Inc

Diana Urelius

Diana Urelius

Assistant Secretary & Senior Trade Compliance Manager, Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc.

Jere Suter

Jere Suter

Senior Indirect Tax Advisor, Shell

Steven Brotherton

Steven Brotherton

Principal, Tax, Trade & Customs, KPMG (US)

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