ECT
IISD | 28-Jun-2017
Le Secrétariat de la Charte de l’Énergie est en « mode expansion », et souhaite obtenir l’accès aux ressources énergétiques d’Afrique et d’Asie pour ces membres actuels – principalement des pays développés.
TASS | 28-Jun-2017
Yukos, once Russia’s largest oil major, was accused of tax crimes and declared a bankrupt by a Russian court ruling in 2006 while its assets were sold at auctions during the liquidation procedure.
IISD | 23-Jun-2017
The Energy Charter Secretariat is in expansion mode, wanting to gain access to energy resources in Africa and Asia for its current—mostly developed country—members, and extending a far-reaching (and outdated) investment protection system to investments in resource-rich countries.
National Law Review | 23-Jun-2017
Venezuela is taking its fight over a $1.4 billion arbitral award to the District of Columbia’s federal court of appeals.
EJIL: Talk! | 13-Jun-2017
The ICSID tribunal in Eskosol in liquidazione v. Italy rejected Italy’s Rule 41.5 application to have the claim thrown out for being “manifestly without legal merit.” I offer a summary and some reflections on two interesting aspects on the tribunal’s jurisdiction.
TASS | 12-Jun-2017
Yukos will hardly appeal against the Belgian court’s ruling, the lawyer of the Russian Federation Niuscha Bassiri said.
Libération | 29-May-2017
Moscou menace Paris de représailles à la veille d’une décision judiciaire française portant sur les saisies de biens russes dans l’Hexagone liées à la nationalisation de la compagnie pétrolière.
Le Monde De l’Energie | 9-May-2017
Le tribunal arbitral de la Banque mondiale a condamné l’Espagne à indemniser un fonds britannique s’estimant lésé par la chute des subventions au secteur des énergies renouvelables.
El País | 9-May-2017
Spain has lost its first international arbitration process over cuts to renewable energy subsidies
ISDS Blog | 4-Apr-2017
The dispute is based on the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) and was initiated by Moldovan businessman Anatole Stati, his son Gabriel Stati and two companies owned by them.

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