Legal and Copyright Issues and Privacy Statement
This site, www.ukpia.com, is owned and operated by the United Kingdom Petroleum Industry Association Limited (‘UKPIA’) a company incorporated under the Companies Acts and registered in England number 1404376, whose registered office is at Quality House, 5-9 Quality Court, Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1HP.
Access to and use of the Site are subject to the terms and conditions set out below. Your use of the Site signifies your agreement to the terms and conditions. Please read the terms and conditions carefully. If you do not agree to them, please do not use the Site.
1. UKPIA uses reasonable efforts to ensure that the materials and information contained on the Site are current and accurate; UKPIA offers the materials and information in good faith and believes that the information is correct at the date when you view it. However neither UKPIA nor its members make any representations or warranties as to the completeness, accuracy or currency of the materials and information. In using the Site you assume the entire risk of relying on the materials and information contained on the Site or on any site linked to or from the Site. The materials and information are supplied to you on the condition that you or any other person receiving them will make their own determination as to their suitability and appropriateness for any proposed purpose prior to their use.
2. As a service to user of the Site UKPIA has provided numerous links to other sites, whether by hypertext or other links. These sites are not under the editorial control of UKPIA and UKPIA takes no responsibility or liability in respect of the operation and/or content of these.
3. The user agrees that any content downloaded or otherwise accessed through the use of this website is obtained entirely at the user's risk and that the user will be entirely responsible for any resulting damage to software or computer systems(s) and/or resulting loss of data, however caused.
4. All materials and information contained on the Site, except where specifically stated otherwise, together will all other elements created for the Site are the property of UKPIA and are governed by copyright and other applicable intellectual property laws at the time they are made available on the Site. Any part of the contents of this website may be copied for private use or use within an organisation provided always that:
(i) the UKPIA website is acknowledged as the source;
(ii) the content is not amended in any way; and
(iii) this permission is revocable at any time by UKPIA.
No Licence or right, other than the right to view on the Site, is granted to any person in respect of any intellectual property rights.
5. The corporate name, logos and devices of UKPIA mentioned or depicted on the Site are the property of the United Kingdom Petroleum Industry Association and may not be used without the prior written agreement of UKPIA.
6. The corporate name, logos and devices of UKPIA’s member companies mentioned or depicted on the Site remain the property of that company and may not be used without their prior written agreement.
7. UKPIA recognises and respects the privacy of users of the Site. UKPIA does not collect personal information about users of the Site unless it is provided voluntarily. If you contact UKPIA by e-mail, your personal information including your e-mail address will not be shared with or provided to third parties.
8. UKPIA may collect and maintain statistics about the Web Servers used to contact it. This enables UKPIA to track usage of the Site and of particular sectors within the Site and thereby to improve the content of the Site. These statistics do not include personal information about the individual users.
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10. Any failure by UKPIA to exercise any right under these Conditions shall not constitute a waiver of such right unless formally waived in writing by UKPIA.
11. Your use of the Site and all matters relating to the interpretation and operation of these terms and conditions shall be governed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales. The English courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any dispute arising out of your use of the Site.