The Guide to Energy Arbitrations, 5th Edition
The energy industry nurtured and shaped what we now know as international arbitration, and, for a host of reasons – resource nationalism, oil price drops, geopolitics, climate change, sanctions and pandemics among them – it has remained one of the discipline’s biggest clients.
The Guide to Energy Arbitrations, published by Global Arbitration Review, provides coherent and comprehensive coverage of the most common, diffi cult and unusual issues faced by energy fi rms, from some of the world’s leading authorities. The book has been edited by J William Rowley QC, Doak Bishop and Gordon E Kaiser.
The Fifth Edition is fully updated and has new chapters on taxationrelated ISDS and LNG arbitrations.
Editor's Prefac, J William Rowley QC
1. The Breadth and Complexity of the International Energy Industry, Doak Bishop, Eldy Quintanilla Roché and Sara McBrearty
Part I: Investor-State Disputes in the Energy Sector
2. Taxation-Related ISDS, Anna Crevon-Tarassova, Francisco Garcia-Elorrio and Asha Rajan
Part II: Commercial Disputes in the Energy Sector
3. Construction Arbitrations Involving Energy Facilities, Doug Jones AO
4. Offshore Vessel Construction Disputes, James Brown, William Cecil and Andreas Dracoulis
5. Disputes Involving Regulated Utilities, Gordon E Kaiser
6. NAFTA and USMCA Energy Arbitrations, Gordon E Kaiser
7. LNG Arbitrations, Ben Holland and Steven Sparling
Part III: Contractual Terms
8. The Evolution of Natural Gas Price Review Arbitrations, Stephen P Anway, George M von Mehren, Michelle Glassman Bock and Max Rockall
9. Gas Price Review Arbitrations, Marco Lorefice
Part IV: Procedural Issues in Energy Arbitrations
10. Five Years Later: Update on Multi-Tier Dispute Resolution Clauses as Jurisdictional Conditions Precedent to Arbitration, Vasilis F L Pappas and Artem N Barsukov
11. The Challenges Going Forward, Gordon E Kaiser