Open general export licence (international non-proliferation regime decontrols: dual-use items)

Licence allowing the export of items where the international non-proliferation regimes have agreed to remove controls from their export control lists.



This open general export licence (OGEL) allows, subject to certain conditions, the export of specified dual-use (having a civilian and military application) items.

This OGEL has been permanently revoked as no longer useful to exporters.

Published 13 March 2013
Last updated 16 November 2016 + show all updates
  1. Licence permanently revoked.
  2. Licence updated to reflect amended goods rating, listed in Schedule 1.
  3. Goods schedule updated to reflect items due to be decontrolled following regime meetings in 2015 and following the changes to the EU Dual-Use List in December 2015; Russia and Syria added to the list of excluded destinations.
  4. Rating code '6E101' added to goods schedule
  5. Amended to reflect updates to the EU Dual-Use List (Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 1382/2014).
  6. Licence amended to allow the export of specific items, see Notice to Exporters 2014/20 for more information.
  7. Updated text in 'Conditions and requirements' to reflect new reporting process in connection with the transparency initiative.
  8. First published.
  9. New OGEL published 1 March 2013 that comes into effect on 8 March 2013.