With limited substantive players in the Energy industry, long term partnerships, uncertainty and political instability brought about by nationalisations in North Africa, the Gulf States and parts of Latin America, the energy sector is a hot bed of international disputes. However, with the lesson learned in 'foreign courts' there is scarcely a major energy sector contract that does not call for disputes to be resolved before an independent and neutral arbitral tribunal.
Global Arbitration Review's Guide to Energy Arbitrations is an essential desk-top reference tool for energy companies, their advisers and arbitrators, that brings together a number of pre-eminent authors and pulls together the latest and best approaches to the myriad issues confronted in today's energy disputes.
“The Guide to Energy Arbitrations [First Edition] is a very useful and unique contribution to the literature in the area…it…assembles the views and insights of leading counsel and arbitrators on many of the key issues and trends in the energy arbitration world. It should be a valuable guide to energy companies and their internal and external counsel, in addition to being of interest to commercial and litigation lawyers generally.”
- Glenn Zacher
Partner, Stikeman Elliot
Stephen Jagusch QC, Anthony Sinclair and Philip Devenish
Nigel Blackaby and Ruth Teitelbaum
Roberto Aguirre Luzi and Ginny Castelan
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