The Guide to Energy Arbitrations, 2nd Edition

Pages: 308

ISBN: 978-1-912228-99-7



  • £250.00

“The international energy industry is the single largest user of international arbitration, and thus of particular interest to arbitral practitioners.” – Doak Bishop, King & Spalding

Global Arbitration Review Guide to Energy Arbitrations is an essential desk top reference bringing the latest and best approaches to the myriad of issues confronted in today's energy disputes.

Published in June 2017, the second edition gathers together the wisdom of some of the leading experts in the sector, edited by J William Rowley QC, Doak Bishop and Gordon Kaiser and features 5 new chapters.

The Guide is organised into four headings:

I.             Investor-State Disputes in the Energy Sector 

II.            Commercial Disputes in the Energy Sector 

III.           Contractual Terms 

IV.           Procedural Issues in Energy Arbitrations

Contents:

Overview

  • 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

  • Expropriation and Nationalisation
    • Mark W Friedman, Dietmar W Prager and Ina C Popova
  • NEW: The Energy Charter Treaty
    • Cyrus Benson, Charline Yim and Victoria Orlowski
  • Investment Disputes Involving the Renewable Energy Industry Under the Energy Charter Treaty
    • Charles A Patrizia, Joseph R Profaizer, Samuel W Cooper and Igor V Timofeyev
  • Of Taxes and Stabilisation
    • Constantine Partasides QC and Lucy Martinez
  • Utilities, Government Regulations and Energy Investment Arbitrations
    • Nigel Blackaby
  • The Role of Sovereign Wealth Funds and National Oil Companies in Investment Arbitrations
    • Grant Hanessian and Kabir Duggal

Part II: Commercial Disputes in the Energy Sector

  • Construction Arbitrations Involving Energy Facilities: Power Plants, Offshore Platforms, LNG Terminals, Refineries and Pipelines
    • Doug Jones
  • NEW: Offshore Vessel Construction Disputes
    • James Brown, William Cecil and Andreas Dracoulis
  • Disputes Involving Regulated Utilities
    • Gordon E Kaiser
  • NEW: Arbitration Involving Renewable Energy
    • Gordon E Kaiser

Part III: Contractual Terms

  • NEW: The Evolution of Natural Gas Price Review Arbitrations
    • Stephen P Anway and George M von Mehren
  • Gas Price Review Arbitrations: Certain Distinctive Characteristics
    • Mark Levy
  • Destination Restrictions and Diversion Provisions in LNG Sale and Purchase Agreements
    • Steven P Finizio
  • Gas Price Review Arbitrations: Changing the Indexation Formula
    • Marco Lorefice

Part IV: Procedural Issues in Energy Arbitrations

  • Multi-Tier Dispute Resolution Clauses as Jurisdictional Conditions Precedent to Arbitration
    • George M Vlavianos and Vasilis F L Pappas
  • Compensation in Energy Arbitration
    • Aimee-Jane Lee, Samantha J Rowe and Roni Pacht
  • Expert Evidence
    • Howard Rosen and Matthias Cazier-Darmois
  • NEW: Issue Estoppel in Gas Price Reviews
    • Liz Tout and Matthew Vinall

Conclusion

  • The Challenges Going Forward
    • Gordon E Kaiser

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