Dutch Supreme Court upholds Chevron award

Monday, 29 September


The Dutch Supreme Court has upheld a US$96 million award in favour of US oil company Chevron against Ecuador.

ICSID panel maintains stay on Oxy award

Monday, 29 September

The volcano Cotopaxi in the Ecuadorean capital of Quito

An ICSID committee has held it would be “premature” to allow Occidental Petroleum to pursue partial enforcement of a US$2.3 billion award against Ecuador, despite the oil company’s concern that the state is poised to enforce a local tax judgment against it.

Romania sues Italian energy group

Monday, 29 September


Romania’s energy ministry has made good on threats to bring an ICC claim against Italy’s Enel in a dispute over shares in a privatised electricity distributor.

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