Please read this statement carefully.
Access to and use of this website are governed by the terms and conditions set forth below.
By seeking to gain access to and make use of the website you indicate your acceptance of said terms and conditions. These terms and conditions are governed by Dutch law and are subject to Dutch jurisdiction.
This website is purely informative. North Sea Energy has taken all reasonable steps to ensure that all the information on this website was correct at the time of publication. North Sea Energy accepts no liability whatsoever for losses of any kind arising out of possible errors or omissions on this site. All visitors making use of the information on this website do so entirely at their own risk.
All trademarks, logos and brands appearing on this website are the property of and are registered in the name of North Sea Energy. No intellectual property rights or licences whatsoever are granted or may be derived from their
reproduction on this website. The copyrights on works within the meaning of the Dutch Copyright Act (“Auteurswet”) are vested exclusively in North Sea Energy. No part of this website may be reproduced, altered or used without
the prior written consent of North Sea Energy, subject to legal exceptions. The use referred to includes, but is not restricted to, distribution of all or part of the contents of this website to third parties (including distribution for use in a library, archive or similar service).
North Sea Energy reserves the right to alter, amend, remove and update the contents of this website, including these site access conditions, at any time without prior notice.
North Sea Energy accepts no liability whatsoever for the accuracy of the information on sites of other organisations to which access may be directly obtained by following hyperlinks from this website, nor can New Energy
Coalition be held liable for losses arising out of the use of the hyperlinks.
In case of questions, please contact us by mail.
N.B. This disclaimer is drafted both in Dutch and English. In case of conflict between these disclaimers, the Dutch disclaimer prevails.