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Japanese contractor declares win in oil sands dispute

A Japanese engineering company says it has largely defeated a US$240 million claim by the operator of an Alberta oil sands project.

30 September 2021

Indian company wins claim over Rwandan power network

An Indian company has won US$32 million in a claim against a Rwandan state-owned entity over a contract for a power transmission network connecting Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

30 September 2021

French court rejects Libya’s corruption challenge

The Paris Court of Appeal has upheld a jurisdictional award in a treaty case against Libya, siding with an ICC tribunal that the state’s corruption allegations were a matter for the merits.

29 September 2021

Willkie launches London practice with Wilmer hire

Duncan Speller is leaving Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr after nearly two decades to join Willkie Farr & Gallagher and launch its international arbitration practice in London.

29 September 2021

RSM settles fight over Cameroon gas field

US oil company RSM has agreed to settle an UNCITRAL arbitration with its UK partner in a Cameroonian gas project, as the parties await an award in a related ICC case in Texas.

29 September 2021

Webuild takes decade-old Argentina award to US court

Webuild, the Italian construction group formerly known as Salini Impregilo, has applied to a US court to enforce a US$21.3 million ICSID award that it won against Argentina a decade ago over a terminated water concession.

29 September 2021

Iranian state oil company ordered to pay damages

Emirati energy company Dana Gas says it will receive US$607.5 million from a long-awaited final award against an Iranian state-owned entity over a terminated gas supply deal, while a much larger second arbitration continues.

28 September 2021

Reed fills Born's shoes at SIAC

Lucy Reed is to succeed Gary Born as president of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre's Court of Arbitration, which has also added new members.

28 September 2021

Canadian miner seeks interim relief over Kyrgyz project

Canada’s Centerra Gold has asked a sole arbitrator to block Kyrgyzstan from causing “irreparable damage” to a mining project it seized earlier this year.

28 September 2021

Climate change: a “strong recipe” for disputes

Panels at Paris Arbitration Week discussed climate change in international arbitration, including shifting energy sources, the impact of net-zero emissions targets and investors’ legitimate expectations.

28 September 2021

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