A hydropower plant in Zimbabwe is taking the local utility to international arbitration over a dispute on what currency should be used in payments.
A Dutch arbitration court has found against Isabel dos Santos in her attempts to transfer shares from Sonangol.
An arbitration panel has backed Dana Gas in its decision to terminate a sales agreement with IPR Energy.
Singapore rig builder Keppel Offshore & Marine has received a request for arbitration from an unnamed counterparty relating to two engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts for floating production storage and offloading units (FPSOs).
Thailand’s PTT Exploration & Production (PTTEP) said it will need between one and two years to hit its contractual production target at the Erawan field offshore Thailand once it takes over from current operator Chevron.
Thailand’s PTT Exploration & Production (PTTEP) is having difficulty accessing the Chevron-operated Erawan gas field to install production facilities as planned, ahead of a transition next year. PTTEP is now reportedly “losing hope” of gaining access before next April’s handover due to an unresolved legal battle with Chevron.
Japan’s Inpex has filed a lawsuit against joint venture company JKC, which consists of KBR, Chiyoda and JGC, relating to the construction of the giant Ichthys liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in northern Australia.
Chevron’s recently-appointed president Chatit Huayhongtong has pledged to ensure a smooth transfer of its Erawan gas field, now facing a legal dispute, to Thai upstream company PTT Exploration and Production (PTTEP), reported the Bangkok Post.
Thailand’s PTT Exploration & Production (PTTEP) reported it is having difficulty accessing the Chevron-operated Erawan gas field to install production facilities as planned, ahead of a handover next year.
Cairn Energy is increasing pressure on the Indian government to pay a $1.2 billion arbitration award after filing a lawsuit in the U.S.
Shell has filed for arbitration against Nigeria over an ongoing dispute around oil spills.
Shares in Cairn Energy soared after the Scottish oil and gas firm announced it had prevailed in a long-running tax dispute with the Indian Government.
Rig contractor Awilco Drilling has warned it will initiate a "wide range of cost saving measures".
Senior Sonatrach executives have held a meeting with Naturgy to review gas agreements.
An appeal by Meta Energia to roll back a court’s decision to award an arbitration to Shell has been dismissed.
Scots legal experts join forces for ‘pioneering’ online service to solve costly oil and gas disputes
A crack team of six respected members of Scotland’s legal system have joined forces to provide a “pioneering” online solution to costly disputes in the oil and gas sector.
Dana Gas has taken a step towards splitting its upstream and midstream businesses off from each other, following approval for the plan from its shareholders at an AGM vote.
Senegal’s government has approved the plan to develop the Woodside Energy-led Sangomar field.
A dispute between Halliburton and its insurer over its $1.1bn (£855m) Deepwater Horizon oil spill payments will be presided over by the UK’s highest court today.
Senegal has launched its licence round the Africa Oil Week conference in South Africa, although it faces criticism from one company for offering a disputed block.
International arbitration is the most preferred form of dispute resolution for cross-border disputes, including in the oil and gas industry a new study has revealed.
Chinese shipyard Cosco Corporation (Singapore) has successfully won an arbitration case in the UK. The case was against a compatriot rig owner in relation to an axed $500million-plus drillship newbuild deal. A spokesman for the company said the matter related to a previous announcement in October 2013.