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German energy group Uniper has asked an ICSID tribunal to restrain the Dutch government from pursuing anti-arbitration proceedings in the German courts.
07 December 2021
After the Biden administration was hit with a US$15 billion NAFTA claim by the owner of a cancelled cross-border pipeline project, the Canadian province of Alberta has confirmed it intends to bring its own investment arbitration against the US – which practitioners suggest could be the first case of its kind under the trade agreement.
26 November 2021
A Canadian energy company has launched a US$15 billion legacy NAFTA claim against the United States over the cancellation of its permit for the controversial Keystone XL pipeline project, complaining it has suffered a “regulatory rollercoaster” under three US administrations.
23 November 2021
In a keynote address at GAR Live Energy Disputes, Doak Bishop of King & Spalding defended investment treaty arbitration as a vital means of protecting the trillions of dollars of foreign investment needed to meet international climate change goals – while expressing concern at some reforms to the system now being considered.
30 September 2021
Panels at Paris Arbitration Week discussed climate change in international arbitration, including shifting energy sources, the impact of net-zero emissions targets and investors’ legitimate expectations.
28 September 2021
To mark Earth Day today, The Campaign for Greener Arbitration has launched 6 Green Protocols. The steering committee sets out the protocols and argues the time for collective behavioural change is now.
22 April 2021
Annette Magnusson is leaving her role as secretary general of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce after 11 years to co-found a practice addressing climate change.
31 March 2021
The Netherlands will face its first-ever ICSID claim, brought by Germany’s RWE over the phase-out of coal power plants as part of climate change legislation.
03 February 2021
A webinar hosted by the British Institute of International and Comparative Law and chaired by Kathryn Khamsi of Three Crowns looked at the importance of emissions trading systems for meeting commitments under the Paris Agreement on climate change and the eventual role arbitration may play. Nicola Peart of Three Crowns reports.
12 January 2021
Koch Industries, the US conglomerate headed by prominent Republican Party donor Charles Koch, has launched a NAFTA claim against Canada over the cancellation of an emissions trading programme – while a French national has launched a US$493 million ICSID claim against Kuwait relating to the 1MDB scandal.
18 December 2020
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