energy
Reuters | 24-Aug-2022
A US court upheld a tribunal’s $8.75 billion award to U.S. oil producer ConocoPhillips over the expropriation of its Venezuelan oil assets, granting a default judgment in the case.
Slovenia Posts English | 22-Aug-2022
Ascent Resources initiated an arbitration dispute in which it is demanding half a billion euros due to Slovenia’s request that an environmental impact assessment should be carried out before fracking in Petišovci.
Le Figaro | 22-Aug-2022
Le gouvernement de l’Équateur a confirmé le versement d’indemnités au groupe pétrolier franco-britannique Perenco, qui a annoncé avoir obtenu le gel d’actifs équatoriens au Luxembourg pour non-respect d’une décision arbitrale.
Investigate Europe | 27-Jul-2022
European governments are still considering withdrawal from the Energy Charter Treaty, despite the EU Commission’s efforts to modernise the controversial pact, documents leaked to Investigate Europe reveal.
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.
CIAR Global | 25-Jul-2022
La representante comercial de Estados Unidos, Katherine Tai, anunció el miércoles una impugnación formal a la política energética de México, invocando múltiples secciones del actual acuerdo comercial de América del Norte (T-MEC) en una solicitud de consultas.
Les Echos | 25-Jul-2022
La résiliation de plusieurs contrats de concession et les politiques protectionnistes du président Andrés Manuel López Obrador dans l’énergie suscitent la colère des investisseurs étrangers.
Energy Monitor | 18-Jul-2022
Despite warnings that new oil and gas fields must be banned for the world to decarbonise by 2050, treaty signatories will protect fossil fuel production for at least another decade.
Daily Trust | 7-Jul-2022
Nigeria is targeting to be part of the International Energy Charter (IEC), a global community that will enable it to attract Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) to accelerate power sector development.
Euractiv | 7-Jul-2022
Croatia has lost an international arbitration case launched by Hungarian oil and gas group MOL over Zagreb’s failure to fulfil obligations under an agreement about the gas business of the jointly owned Croatian oil company INA.

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