Yukos investors win record sum against Russia

Monday, 28 July


UPDATED: Russia has been ordered to pay more than US$50 billion to former majority shareholders in the defunct oil group Yukos, in the highest-value arbitation award of all time.

Ecuador held liable over tax on oil profits

Friday, 25 July


An ICSID panel has upheld claims by Bahamian company Perenco over Ecuador’s 99 per cent tax on windfall oil profits, the state has announced.

Romania to file ICC claim against Italy’s Enel

Friday, 25 July

Electrcty pylons

Romania has stated its intent to file an ICC claim against Enel over the privatisation of an electricity distribution company, as the Italian energy company announces plans to sell off assets.

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NAFTA claim puts Mexico’s courts in the dock

Wednesday, 23 July

A NAFTA tribunal has begun hearing a US$465 million claim by US engineering company KBR against Mexico over the annulment of a commercial arbitration award in the Mexican courts.

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