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An Indonesian energy company has reportedly brought an ICC claim against the National Oil Company of Libya over a US$900 million oil and gas project disrupted by civil war in the North African state.
20 June 2022
UPDATED: Indonesia’s ministry of defence is reportedly resisting a Hungarian technology group’s efforts to enforce a US$20 million ICC award over a cancelled satellite project.
21 February 2022
More details have surfaced about a US$600 million SIAC case over the breakdown of an Indonesian mining deal, which will see Singaporean and US law firms face off.
06 April 2021
The Singapore International Arbitration Centre is hearing two unrelated disputes worth a combined US$1.1 billion over energy and mining projects in India and Indonesia, it has emerged.
25 February 2021
An Indonesian company and its UK partner have defeated a third-party funded SIAC claim worth US$32 million brought over a coal mining concession on the island of Borneo.
02 February 2021
Indonesian company MedcoEnergi has won a US$24 million UNCITRAL award in a dispute with Singaporean and Australian partners in a joint venture to operate an offshore oil field.
26 May 2017
London-listed Churchill Mining has applied to annul an award rejecting its US$1.3 billion claim against Indonesia in which key documents were alleged to have been forged, citing the tribunal's decisions on evidence.
03 April 2017
An ICSID tribunal has thrown out London-listed Churchill Mining’s US$1.3 billion claim against Indonesia after concluding that the licences underpinning its investment had likely been forged by a local business partner.
07 December 2016
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