energy
Reuters | 3-Nov-2015
A World Bank tribunal reduced to about $1 billion the amount Ecuador must pay Occidental Petroleum Corp in compensation for seizing the U.S.-based company’s assets
Reuters | 2-Nov-2015
Ecuador is in talks with Occidental Petroleum Corp to seek an agreement over a roughly $1.77 billion award the Andean country was ordered to pay for seizing the U.S.-based company’s assets in 2006
Rabble | 22-Oct-2015
Billionaire T. Boone Pickens is suing Canada through the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) for $700 million in future lost profit.
Financial Post | 16-Oct-2015
Pickens is using his rights under the North American Free Trade Agreement to bring claims against the Canadian province of Ontario.
The Global Legal Post | 6-Oct-2015
The bankruptcy of oil and gas giant Yukos led to multiple proceedings against the Russian state and some enormous awards.
Tele Sur | 25-Sep-2015
Canadians must now counter Chevron’s inevitable propaganda campaign as the legal battle continues.
Financial Express | 15-Sep-2015
Cairn Energy is set to approach the International Court of Justice (ICJ), asking it to appoint an arbitrator on behalf of the Indian government in its $1.6 bn...
Latin American Herald Tribune | 8-Sep-2015
A U.S. Federal Court has upheld U.S. enforcement of an International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) arbitration agreeing that U.S. oil giant ConocoPhillips has the right to take Venezuela state oil company PDVSA’s 50% stake.
El País | 7-Aug-2015
Spain has suffered its first setback in an international arbitration process over its cuts to renewable energy subsidies.
Bloomberg | 4-Aug-2015
A provision in the North American Free Trade Agreement would let the Canadian company TransCanada Corp. recoup some of the $2.4 billion spent on its Keystone XL project

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