Slovenia
Ascent Resources | 5-may-2022
Amendments to the mining law in Slovenia which prohibit the use of any hydraulic stimulation in mining exploitation constitute further breaches of the protections established by the BIT and the ECT.
Euractiv | 7-abr-2022
The Slovenian parliament has imposed a blanket ban on hydraulic fracturing to produce natural gas, amid arbitration proceedings initiated against Slovenia by Ascent Resources.
Natural Gas World | 17-mar-2022
It now says legislators are amending Slovenia’s mining law to further restrict "all forms of hydraulic stimulation", and this could increase damages it is due under its arbitration claim.
Friends of the Earth Europe | 17-ene-2022
A new example of how this secretive corporate court system is undermining climate and environmental policies of EU member states has been brought to light.
Euractiv | 13-ene-2022
Last year Ascent Resources initiated arbitration proceedings against the Slovenian state under the UK-Slovenia Bilateral Investment Treaty and the Energy Charter Treaty.
Ascent Resources | 1ro-dic-2021
the Company is now pleased to announce that it has signed a binding damages-based agreement with Enyo Law LLP which will be advancing the disbursements which are expected to be incurred in the pursuit of the claim.
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.
CEO | 30-jun-2021
Estamos en el noreste de Eslovenia en una pequeña comunidad llamada Petišovci. Es aquí donde la empresa británica Ascent Resources pretendía extraer gas mediante fracking.
CEO | 30-jun-2021
Nous sommes au nord-est de la Slovénie dans une petite communauté qui s’appelle Petišovci. C’est ici qu’une société britannique appelée Ascent Resources voulait exploiter du gaz de schiste.

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