Topic: Gas-pricing disputes

Greek state entity declares win in gas-pricing case

Greece’s state-owned gas company Depa says it has won a Stockholm-seated ICC arbitration filed against Turkish counterpart Botaş in the latest installment of a 10-year dispute over the price of gas supplied under a pipeline deal.

23 January 2020

Eni wins first round of gas pricing case

Italy’s Eni says it has prevailed in the first phase of a billion-euro arbitration with Dutch trader GasTerra over a price adjustment on gas deliveries under a long-term supply contract.

30 July 2019

Corruption defence fails in Cairo gas pricing case

A Cairo-seated tribunal has rejected a Spanish company’s price adjustment claim against an Egyptian state-owned gas supplier while dismissing allegations that the underlying contract was procured through corruption – part of a dispute over an LNG plant that has spawned two other pending cases worth US$3 billion.

13 March 2018

Korean buyer brings gas pricing claim against Australian supplier

A South Korean state-owned entity is pursuing a price review arbitration against the owners of one of Australia’s largest natural resources projects under a contract for the supply of liquefied natural gas.

14 February 2018

GAR Live Lookback: Energy Disputes - Is there any law in gas pricing arbitration?

GAR Live Energy 2017 closed with a heated debate of the motion – “This house believes that there’s no law in gas pricing arbitration”.

25 January 2018

Turkey and Iran see end to gas price review

An ICC tribunal has granted Turkish state pipeline company BOTAŞ a retroactive cut in the price of gas from Iran worth several billion dollars while ordering it to pay part of the Iranian side’s legal and arbitration costs.

22 November 2016

Iran wins first round in gas-pricing battle

04 December 2014

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