Netherlands
SOMO | 30-Nov-2022
The Dutch government will not have to pay damages to energy giants RWE and Uniper, a Dutch court in The Hague ruled.
swissinfo.ch | 19-Oct-2022
El Gobierno neerlandés anunció este martes que se retirará del controvertido Tratado de la Carta de la Energía (TCE) porque considera que no está en consonancia con el acuerdo climático de París y supone una barrera para lograr los objetivos de reducción del calentamiento global.
Collectif Stop CETA Mercosur | 19-Oct-2022
The Netherlands is leaving a controversial energy treaty because it conflicts with Paris climate accord commitments, energy minister Rob Jetten said
DutchNews | 19-Oct-2022
The Netherlands is leaving a controversial energy treaty because it conflicts with Paris climate accord commitments, energy minister Rob Jetten said
Energy Voice | 26-Jul-2022
Germany has agreed to buy a stake in Uniper. The deal is subject to Uniper withdrawing a lawsuit against the Netherlands in connection with the Energy Charter Treaty.
Arab News | 8-Mar-2022
Le Centre international pour le règlement des différends relatifs aux investissements annonce que «l’arbitrage a repris» dans l’affaire de la BFT.
Le Figaro | 5-Nov-2021
La Cour suprême néerlandaise a annulé la condamnation de Moscou à verser 50 milliards de dollars d’indemnisation aux ex-actionnaires de l’ancien géant pétrolier Ioukos.
The Moscow Times | 5-Nov-2021
The Dutch supreme court overturned an order for Russia to pay $50 billion to former shareholders in dismantled oil giant Yukos, but shunted the lengthy legal saga back to a lower court for more hearings.
The Reporter | 15-Aug-2021
The Hague based Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) passed its final judgment on Friday rejecting the Israel based mining company’s, Israel Chemical Limited (ICL) compensation claims filed against the government of Ethiopia.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 12-Jul-2021
The Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs initiated “anti-arbitration” proceedings before the German courts to “avert” two ECT-based ICSID arbitrations brought against it by the German energy companies RWE and Uniper.

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