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An ICSID tribunal has dismissed a US$46 million claim brought by a Spanish construction group against Algeria over a project to build prefabricated homes.
04 May 2020
An ICC tribunal has found a Turkish construction group liable in a dispute over a €100 million Marriott hotel project in Algeria – after finding that the law of the seat chosen by the arbitral institution prevailed when it came to determining whether non-signatories were bound by the arbitration agreement.
24 April 2020
A Swiss transport company has filed an ICSID claim against Algeria over a share acquisition.
10 January 2020
UPDATED. Embattled construction group Saipem has reached a deal with Algerian state oil and gas company Sonatrach to settle four ICC arbitrations worth billions of euros over projects that Italian prosecutors allege were procured through bribery.
28 March 2018
Algeria’s national oil and gas company Sonatrach has settled a US$1.5 billion ICC arbitration over a cancelled project to upgrade a refinery near the country’s capital.
06 June 2017
French energy company Total and Algeria’s national oil and gas producer Sonatrach have agreed to drop claims against one another that were being heard by two ICC tribunals seated in Geneva.
08 May 2017
Algerian state-owned energy company Sonatrach says an UNCITRAL tribunal has upheld its right to terminate contracts for the exploration and development of two oilfields – three months after a Swiss court ruled that the arbitration didn’t have to begin afresh after being paused during a failed conciliation.
14 December 2016
03 November 2016
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