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Euractiv | 19-ago-2021
Les ONG environnementales slovènes ont appelé le ministre de l’Infrastructure Jernej Vrtovec à faire usage du statut de la Slovénie, à la tête de la présidence de l’UE, pour la sortie du bloc du Traité sur la charte de l’énergie.
Euractiv | 19-ago-2021
Slovenian environmental NGOs have called on infrastructure minister Jernej Vrtovec to use the country’s EU presidency to propose a political discussion on the bloc exiting the Energy Charter Treaty.
Ok Diario | 9-ago-2021
Con denuncias activas todavía por valor de unos 5.000 millones de euros, ahora la irlandesa Spanish Solar se une a la larga lista de denunciantes y ha presentado una nueva demanda de arbitraje a España ante el Ciadi.
Market Research Telecast | 9-ago-2021
Spanish Solar demands compensation from the Spanish Government for having cut the premiums for the use of energy once the investments have been made.
Capital Monitor | 30-jul-2021
The Energy Charter Treaty, which gives oil and gas companies a route to suing governments, is increasingly hindering climate policy reform, say campaigners. And it is not the only agreement of its type.
TASS | 30-jul-2021
The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office stressed that Russia’s well-founded position had made it possible to reject most of requirements made by Yukos Capital.
Bloomberg | 30-jul-2021
The Permanent Court of Arbitration ruled that Russia illegally expropriated loans provided by Yukos Capital Sarl to its former parent company.
CIAR Global | 20-jul-2021
La Comisión Europea va a examinar con detenimiento si el laudo del arbitraje del fondo Antin contra España se ajusta a las normas de la Unión Europea en materia de ayudas estatales.
European Commission | 20-jul-2021
The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation in order to assess whether an arbitration award, to be paid by Spain in favour of Antin, is in line with EU rules on State aid.
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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