Dodd-Frank: what oil and gas companies need to know
The impact on oil and gas companies varies depending on type of business, use of conflict minerals, foreign government payments, the derivatives transactions it engages in and how these transactions are used.
The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act was enacted in 2010 and reaches far beyond financial institutions. The most noteworthy sections of the Dodd-Frank Act affecting the oil and gas industry are: Title VII: Derivatives and over-the-counter swaps; Section 1502: Conflict minerals; and Section 1504: Foreign government disclosures.
We help define some of the many unknowns and help put the issues you need to know in context, making them understandable and practical for your business needs. Read our insights to know what lies ahead.