Posts Tagged ‘ECT’

ISDS and ECT after Achmea II: Expert Declaration in Support of Spain’s Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction under the FSIA in Eiser Infrastructure Limited and Energía Solar Luxembourg S.à r.l. v. Spain in an US Federal Court

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More Information on the Case On the compatibility of investor-State arbitration on the basis of the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) with EU law after the CJEU ruling in Achmea (C-284/16). UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Case No. 18-cv-01686-CKK Eiser Infrastructure Limited and Energia Solar Luxembourg S.A.R.L., Petitioners, v. Kingdom of Spain,…

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ISDS and ECT after Achmea: Expert Declaration in Support of Spain’s Motion to Dismiss and to Deny Confirmation of Foreign Arbitral Award in Novenergia II v. Spain in US Federal Courts

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More Information on the Case On the compatibility of investor-State arbitration on the basis of the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) with EU law after the CJEU ruling in Achmea (C-284/16). More information on the case Novenergia II v. Spain in US Federal District Court of the District of Columbia (Motion to Dismiss and to Deny…

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Lecture / Course on Energy Trade Law

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Vorlesung “Energy Trade Law” im Studiengang “Energy Law Master” an der TU Berlin Outline Energy Trade Law – Preliminary Remarks The World Trade Organization Core Principles History: Why create an open trading system? Institutional Structure Membership Agreements Other Instruments and Organisations of International Energy (Trade) Law OECD/IEA Energy Charter Treaty OPEC IEF and UNFCCC Regional…

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