energy
AFTINET | 8-Nov-2021
In a significant step forward in the campaign against Investor-State Dispute Settlements (ISDS), Australia has announced its withdrawal from its signatory status to the Energy Charter Treaty.
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 Guardian | 4-Nov-2021
Treaty allows energy corporations to sue governments for billions over policies that could hurt their profits.
Mint | 4-Nov-2021
The settlement is under the Taxation Laws (Amendment) Act, introduced this year to put an end to 17 tax disputes India has with multinational companies like Cairn and Vodafone Plc.
Interfax | 3-Nov-2021
SREW N.V., an open joint-stock company registered in Belgium, which owns 75% of the charter capital of Dnipro-Buzka wind plant LLC, has initiated arbitration against Ukraine.
Inequality.org | 2-Nov-2021
Allowing oil, mining, and gas companies to continue to file expensive lawsuits over environmental regulations could undermine whatever agreements might be reached in the COP26 in Glasgow.
Bloomberg | 29-Oct-2021
Coal plant owners are using this little-known mechanism to try and recoup billions from governments who are forcing them to shut down polluting plants
Global Justice Now | 28-Oct-2021
Courts allow big polluters to sue governments into “a state of climate paralysis”, campaigners say.
Attac | 28-Oct-2021
Une nouvelle publication révèle que cinq entreprises de l’énergie poursuivent des États pour leur politique climatique en leur réclamant 18 milliards de dollars de compensation.

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