energy
Business Monkey | 24-Mar-2017
La multinationale Fenosa naturel gaz exigera du gouvernement colombien pour la liquidation de sa filiale Electricaribe devant le CIRDI.
Reuters | 24-Mar-2017
Transcanada Corp’s legal challenge against the United States over its past rejection of Keystone XL pipeline has been dropped.
Times | 23-Mar-2017
Rockhopper Exploration is fighting for compensation from Italy after it banned offshore drilling, leaving the company unable to develop one of its oil and gas fields.
El Economista | 23-Mar-2017
La multinacional Gas Natural Fenosa solicitó hoy el inicio del procedimiento arbitral ante el Tribunal de la Comisión de las Naciones Unidas para el Derecho Mercantil Internacional (Uncitral) para reclamar a Colombia más de 1.000 millones de dólares por la liquidación de Electricaribe.
Natural Gas World | 22-Mar-2017
Spanish utility Gas Natural (GN) said it has launched arbitration proceedings against Colombia.
London South East | 22-Mar-2017
Ukranian authorities have now applied to the UK High Court asking to set aside the recent UNCITRAL arbitration award against Ukraine and in favour of JKX.
Daily Business Review | 17-Mar-2017
Lawyers for Exxon Mobil have asked a federal judge to order Venezuela to pay the company more than $188.3 million—the amount Exxon Mobil says it is still owed as repayment for the 2007 expropriation of its oil assets.
El Universal | 15-Mar-2017
Ante el Centro Internacional de Arreglo de Diferencias relativas a Inversiones (Ciadi), Gas Natural Fenosa presentará en las próximas horas una demanda contra Colombia en la que exigirá 1.000 millones de euros en compensación por la liquidación de su filial Electricaribe.
Romandie | 13-Mar-2017
La condamnation du Venezuela à verser 1,4 milliard de dollars à ExxonMobil pour la nationalisation d’un champ pétrolier sous le mandat d’Hugo Chavez a été annulée par une juridiction d’arbitrage internationale.
International Economic Law and Policy Blog | 13-Mar-2017
An ICSID Annulment Committee’s decision to reduce the damages to be paid to Exxon by $1.4 billion seems like a cause for celebration-a victory of economic sovereignty over Big Oil. But as gifts to economic justice go, this one is a Trojan horse indeed.

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