19 January 2018
A Spanish engineering group has abandoned its efforts to set aside a US$28 million ICC award after settling a dispute with an Italian subcontractor over the construction of a water tunnel for a hydroelectric power plant in Guatemala.
18 January 2018
A Russian company has secured the rare set aside of an ICC award in France on public policy grounds, in a dispute with Ukrainian companies over the transfer of shares in a gold mining company in Laos.
17 January 2018
The world’s largest steel company ArcelorMittal has asked a US court to enforce a US$1.4 billion ICC award against Indian conglomerate Essar arising from a Minneapolis-seated arbitration.
16 January 2018
In the second ICC award in favour of Taiwan in recent months, a tribunal has ordered Airbus to pay the island €104 million in a dispute over its role in an arms deal.
16 January 2018
One of the highest-value commercial arbitrations known to date – a US$71 billion gas pricing dispute between the state-owned gas companies of Russia and Ukraine – has ended in a final award which each side says is in their favour.
11 January 2018
A Hong Kong-seated tribunal has ordered a Canadian mining company operating in Mongolia's Gobi Desert to return a US$11.5 million payment in a dispute over an agreement to supply coal.
08 January 2018
UPDATED. Two ICC arbitrations valued at over US$1.4 billion have ended in wins for Libya's National Oil Corporation, with tribunals dismissing claims brought by the Emirati owner-operators of the country's biggest refinery and – in the most recent case – allowing a US$116 million counterclaim.
04 January 2018
After filing for bankruptcy protection, US company Cobalt International Energy has agreed to settle a dispute with Angola’s national oil and gas company Sonangol over two offshore oil blocks that gave rise to a pair of ICC arbitrations worth more than US$2 billion.
03 January 2018
German energy group E.ON has won an ICC award in a Geneva-seated dispute with a subsidiary of French power utility Engie over nuclear power tax payments.
02 January 2018
Argentina’s national oil and gas operator YPF has paid US$114 million to a local gas pipeline company to satisfy an ICC award, ending a dispute that had its roots in the country’s energy crisis of more than a decade ago.