The Supply Chain can be diverse in any Oil and Gas project, especially when those supply chains enter jurisdictions that are directly affected by international sanctions and trade restrictions.

With the geo-political landscape ever changing, organisations need to continually adapt to the regions they operate in. Of recent, penalties for breaching contractual obligations have increased and are no longer aimed at organisations alone, individuals can and have been subject to custodial sentences for material breaches.

The effect of geo-political sanctions can delay a project significantly if supply chain risk is not identified early in the project lifecycle.

MOS has a unique experience in this field, identifying specific business risks within the supply chain.

MOS Business Intelligence Team understands the complexities of these ever changing factors and our analysts are able to offer: