Post-sanctions Iran: considerations for international oil companies
The easing of sanctions as a result of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal has opened up the Iranian market to foreign investors in a manner not seen since before the Iranian Revolution of 1979. Richard Devine, Patrick Murphy and Daniel Smith, partners and associate at Clyde & Co in Dubai, consider the likely role of international arbitration in resolving disputes featuring oil companies under the new regime, should it survive the Trump administration.
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