Topic: Armed conflict

Ukraine war will fuel energy disputes, hears GAR Live

A panel at GAR Live Energy Disputes in Edinburgh considered the increasingly volatile global energy market resulting from the war in Ukraine, including the resurgence of fossil fuel and potential investment treaty claims.

29 September 2022

Turkish investor puts Yemen on notice over road project

A Turkish construction company has threatened Yemen with a US$660 million treaty claim over a road project it says was disrupted by the seizure of equipment and raids and intimidation by paramilitary units.

24 August 2022

Egyptian investors threaten Ethiopia over civil war disruption

Two Egyptian manufacturers have threatened to file a treaty claim against Ethiopia after allegedly sustaining up to US$40 million in losses due to disruption caused by an ongoing civil war in the country.

09 September 2021

French court revives Libyan civil war claims

A French court has upheld an ICC tribunal’s decision to award US$116 million to a Libyan state entity while ruling it should have agreed to hear a UAE oil company’s claims over the unauthorised use of Libya’s biggest refinery during the country’s 2011 revolution.

03 March 2021

Libya held liable over civil war disruption

An ICSID tribunal has ordered Libya to pay €74 million in damages to an Austrian construction company over infrastructure projects that were disrupted by the country's civil war.

01 July 2020

Libya hit by civil war-related claim

Indian construction company Punj Lloyd has launched an ICC claim against Libya’s state oil company in a dispute over a pipe-laying project that was disrupted by the country’s civil war and then expanded in scope.

17 January 2018

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