Transition trends as we approach "peak oil"
The energy transition away from primary reliance on fossil fuels will change the face of international arbitration, potentially causing greater price volatility, a larger share of the oil and gas market for state-owned energy companies and a rise in disputes over renewables and construction of nuclear power plants, argues Justin Williams, partner and practice head at Akin Gump.
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