Region: Sudan

Malaysian state-owned entity takes Sudan to ICSID

Malaysia’s national oil and gas company Petronas has launched an ICSID claim against Sudan after a complex it operates in Khartoum was confiscated following allegations the land rights were illegally obtained.

12 October 2021

Sudan ordered to refund port operator

The Commercial Court in London has granted summary judgment upholding part of a €279 million claim against Sudan relating to a cancelled port concession, finding there was no apparent basis for a stay in favour of arbitration.

10 June 2021

Sudan International Chamber of Arbitration

04 January 2019

Sudan International Chamber of Arbitration

Featured in Guide to Regional Arbitration (volume 6 - 2018)

03 November 2016

Sudan International Chamber of Arbitration

Featured in Guide to Regional Arbitration (volume 5 - 2017)

03 November 2016

Famine does not frustrate contract, South Sudan told

The conflict and famine that marked the approach to South Sudan’s independence in 2011 were not grounds for declaring a contract frustrated, a Nairobi-seated tribunal ruled in a decision last year that has only recently came to light.

19 July 2016

Sudan International Chamber of Arbitration

Featured in Guide To Regional Arbitration (volume 3)

27 June 2014

Sudan International Chamber of Arbitration

Featured in Guide To Regional Arbitration (volume 4 - 2016)

27 June 2014

Sudan International Chamber of Arbitration

Featured in Guide To Regional Arbitration (volume 2)

13 December 2013

Sudan International Chamber of Arbitration

Featured in Guide To Regional Arbitration (volume 1)

16 April 2013

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