Terms and conditions
IEA Open Use Terms
The IEA makes much of its content available under open Creative Commons licences. Unless one of the below exceptions to the Open Use Terms applies, all text content, reports, articles, commentaries, standalone graphs, figures and infographics produced by and/or sourced to the IEA and hosted on the IEA Websites are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence.
The following items are not made available under a CC BY 4.0 licence as part of the Open Use Terms:
- The Oil Market Report;
- Standalone datasets, data explorers and databases, including those listed at https://www.iea.org/data-and-statistics/data-sets;
- Data annexes to the World Energy Outlook or other IEA publications;
- Any content identified as a joint or collaborative work with one or more third parties; and
- The Policies and Measures Databases.
Some IEA Material is also licensed under a different Creative Commons licence from CC BY 4.0. Any IEA Material with a notice that it is licensed under a different CC licence is not licensed under CC BY 4.0 pursuant to these Open Use Terms.
When using any IEA Material under a Creative Commons licence (referred to as “CC-licensed Content), including IEA Material subject to the Open Use Terms, you are deemed to acknowledge, consent and agree to the legal code of the relevant CC licence and the IEA’s Notice for CC-licensed Content.
Policies and Measures Databases
For clarity, nothing in these Terms and Conditions gives you the right to use any personal data gathered from the IEA Websites.
You may include links to the IEA Websites and to free-of-charge IEA Material provided that (a) the link appears clearly with the complete IEA URL; and (b) you do not create frames, or use other visual altering tools, around the IEA webpages.
You may not use the IEA logo/emblem without the IEA’s prior written consent. Furthermore, you may not use IEA Material, or link to IEA Material, in a way that suggests that the IEA approves, participates in, is connected/affiliated/associated with, sponsors, or otherwise endorses you, your entity and/or your use of the IEA material.
The IEA may mention or refer to specific companies, certain products or material on external websites. This does not imply IEA endorsement, preference or recommendation in such respect. Reliance on this third-party material is at your sole risk.
The IEA reserves the right at its sole discretion to deny any access to the IEA websites or any portion of them without notice. For site security purposes and to ensure that the IEA Websites remain available to all users, we may employ software programmes to monitor network traffic to identify unauthorised attempts to upload or change material, or otherwise cause damage and to detect other possible security breaches.
Except where expressly stated, the IEA Material does not necessarily represent the views or policies of the IEA Secretariat and/or individual IEA member countries. Furthermore, the IEA Material does not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the IEA Secretariat concerning the legal status of any country or of its authorities. The IEA Material, including any data and maps included in it, is without prejudice to the status of or sovereignty over any territory, to the delimitation of international frontiers and boundaries and to the name of any territory, city or area.
- Requests to use any IEA Material beyond the use permitted in these Terms and Conditions: Rights@iea.org (please accompany your request with the completed form available here)
- Enquiries regarding subscriptions or purchased products: email@example.com
- Press-related enquiries: IEAPressOffice@iea.org