Title:Oil & Gas Arbitration in the MENA : An Introductory Overview
Author(s): Dr. Gordon Blanke (View Profile)
Journal: Indian Review of International Arbitration
This article provides an overview of oil and gas arbitration in the MENA. In doing so, it introduces the reader to the legal and procedural framework of oil and gas arbitration in the region. Throughout, the article makes reference to the acquis of such arbitrations to date. For practical guidance, an annex summarises a total of 49 MENA oil and gas arbitrations, both commercial and Investor-State, by reference to a number of main procedural and substantive parameters, such as the identity of the parties and the tribunal, the type of dispute, the seat of the arbitration, the procedural law applicable to the reference, the governing law on the merits and the tribunal’s findings.
Cite this as: Gordon Blanke, Oil & Gas Arbitration in the MENA : An Introductory Overview, 2 IRIArb (2022).
Keywords: Oil and Gas Arbitration, MENA, Commercial, Investor- State, Procedural and Substantive Parameters
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