Venezuela
Lexology | 9-may-2017
An International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) Committee has annulled nearly 90% of the US$1.6 billion Award which had been won by ExxonMobil affiliates in their ICSID arbitration against Venezuela.
Mondaq | 5-may-2017
A federal district court in Washington, D.C. recently confirmed a $1.2 billion arbitral award in favor of Crystallex International Corp
Latin American Herald Tribune | 2-may-2017
Although the original UNCITRAL panel that heard the case allowed jurisdiction, the French Court of Appeals that heard Venezuela’s appeal annulled parts of that jurisdiction decision.
El Mundo | 18-abr-2017
Transnacionales petroleras buscan ahogar a la estatal por medio de varias acciones.
Reuters | 27-mar-2017
A U.S. court has upheld an award by a World Bank Tribunal that orders Venezuela to pay more than $1 billion to Canadian mining company Crystallex, paving the way for the firm to seize assets for the 2008 expropriation of the Las Cristinas gold project.
TeleSUR | 21-mar-2017
Exxon Mobil y Conoco Phillips rechazan el marco legal que rige a Venezuela, en las que PDVSA tiene el 60 por ciento de las acciones y el resto es dispuesto para la participación de transnacionales.
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.
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.
TeleSUR | 10-mar-2017
El Centro Internacional de Arreglo de Diferencias Relativas a Inversiones (Ciadi) reconoció el apego legal de las autoridades venezolanas sobre la participación de Exxon en el proyecto Cerro Negro.

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