Welcome to U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service’s Global Energy industry webpage. It provides the most recent market research, trade leads and event information in the Oil & Gas, Coal, Power Generation, and Renewable Energy industries.
Energy is the vital force powering our U.S. business including manufacturing, the transportation of goods and U.S. service offerings through the transferring of our technical expertise both in America and to economies worldwide. With an estimated $500 billion dollars spent on energy annually in the U.S., energy supply and demand continue to play a pivotal role in our national security and the economic output of our nation. To maintain this important sector of the U.S. economy, the U.S. Commercial Service strives to provide assistance that's aimed at increasing the industry’s global competitiveness.
Our worldwide team of Global Energy Specialists is prepared to assist in increasing your export sales.
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This Stopfakes Roadshow for small and medium sized businesses includes strategies for protecting and enforcing intellectual property when exporting to foreign markets and advice for avoiding common pitfalls. Participants will have the chance to ask export questions involving patents, trade secrets, trademarks, copyrights and domain names. At the conclusion of the program, participants can take advantage of one-on-one consultations with intellectual property experts to get targeted advice. Small and medium-sized businesses in particular will benefit from this unique opportunity. Trade experts and attorneys from the Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration (ITA) and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) are the speakers that will be providing information on how companies and individuals can protect and enforce intellectual property to get the most out of exporting abroad.
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