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International Arbitration in the Energy Sector puts disputes in the energy and natural resources sector into a global context, providing broad coverage of different forms and systems of dispute across both renewable and non-renewable sectors.
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Akira Sawai, Japan Commercial Arbitration Journal It is a literature that comprehensively captures the energy sector from a legal, social, political and geographical perspective and is an encyclopedia of the International energy field and can be evaluated as a must-have for practitioners and researchers involved in the energy and natural resources sector.
Dr Nima Mersadi Tabari, International Energy Law Review [Maxi Scherer] has managed to gather a truly diverse collection covering a broad array of energy arbitrations where the list of the contributors reads as a "who's who" of academics and practitioners operating on the nexus of energy and dispute resolution globally. The quality of this edited collection overall is a testament to Scherer's command of the subject and her valuable experience in the field.
Silvia M. Marchili, ICC Dispute Resolution Bulletin International Arbitration in the Energy Sector provides a comprehensive and practical overview of specific topics, such as construction, environment issues, renewable energy, and ECT cases related to different subsectors and regions. Overall, this book is a highly informative publication that weaves in international and national law elements and that offers a valuable toolkit for international arbitration practitioners and anyone with an interest in energy
Adrian-Marcel Hodis, Asian Dispute Review International Arbitrations in the Energy Sector excels in offering valuable insights on some of the most hotly debated issues in the energy sector. The commentaries, authored by leading practitioners, academics and industry experts from around the world, are supported by compelling analyses of arbitral jurisprudence, national court and international tribunal caselaw, treaties, and other international legal instruments, as well as the latest developments in
the energy industry.
Maxi Scherer teaches in the LLM programme in the School of International Arbitration at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). Maxi is also the Director of the LLM programme in Paris, as well as the Director of the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) in Paris.
1: Maxi Scherer: Introduction Part I: Commercial Arbitration in the Energy Sector 2: Craig Tevendale & Samantha Bakstad: Upstream Oil and Gas Disputes 3: Steven Finizio & Michael Howe: Gas Supply Transactions and Disputes 4: Simon Manner & Tilman Niedermaier: Renewable Energy Dispute 5: Peter Rees QC & Jess Connors: Energy Construction and Infrastructure Disputes 6: Raphael J Heffron: Mining Disputes Part II: Investor-State Arbitration in the Energy Sector 7: Loukas Mistelis: Contractual Mechanisms for Stability in Energy Contracts 8: Kaj Hober: Overview of ECT Cases 9: George A Bermann: ECT and European Union Law 10: Graham Coop & Isabella Seif: ECT and States' Right to Regulate 11: Norah Gallagher: ECT and Renewable Energy Disputes 12: Anton Asoskov: Energy Investor-State Disputes in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States 13: Eduardo Silva Romero: Energy Investor-State Disputes in Latin America 14: Koh Swee Yen: Energy Investor-State Disputes in Asia 15: Makane Moise Mbengue & Samarth Sagar: Energy Investor-State Disputes in Africa Part III: Public International Law Disputes, Climate Disputes and Sustainable Development in the Energy Sector 16: Wendy Miles QC: International Boundary Disputes and Natural Resources 17: Annette Magnusson: Climate Disputes and Sustainable Development in the Energy Sector: Bridging the Enforceability Gap 18: David W Rivkin & Catherine Amirfar: Climate Disputes and Sustainable Development in the Energy Sector: Future Directives