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CNOOC Reports Major Oil and Gas Breakthrough in Bohai Bay

China's state-owned oil and gas firm CNOOC said on Monday it achieved an exploration breakthrough in Bohai Bay, with a discovery well tested to produce about 210… [...]

OPT to Deliver AI-Ready Wave Energy PowerBuoy to Middle East

U.S.-based marine power, data, and services company Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) has secured an order for its PowerBuoy, equipped with Merrows, the artificial… [...]

Ramco Hooks Long-Term Pipe Servicing Contract with Equinor

Ramco Norway, specialists in the preparation, inspection, surface treatment, and preservation of OCTG (oil country tubular goods), has secured a long-term contract with Equinor… [...]

Senegal President Says Oil Contracts Will be Renegotiated

Senegalese President Bassirou Diomaye Faye said on Saturday the West African country planned to renegotiate its oil contracts, saying it could have negotiated better on the contracts… [...]

Egypt Considering Adding New Regasification Vessel in Ain Sokhna

Egypt is considering adding a new Floating Storage Regasification Unit (FSRU) to its port facilities at Ain Sokhna to increase import capacity, according to a petroleum ministry statement… [...]

38th AAA-ICDR-ICC-ICSID Joint Colloquium on International Arbitration: Cutting Edge and Timeless

The 38th AAA-ICDR-ICC-ICSID Joint Colloquium on May 21, 2024 at the World Bank Headquarters in Washington, D.C. brought together leaders from three major international arbitration institutions and practitioners from near and far.  [...]

Bucharest Arbitration Days 2024: Critical Developments in International Arbitration

The fifth edition of the Bucharest Arbitration Days (“BArD”) took place on 6 and 7 June 2024. It set out to highlight recent critical developments in international arbitration. The first [...]

Interviews with Our Editors: Diana Bayzakova and Dr. Islambekov Rustambekov

Ms. Bayzakova, it’s a pleasure to have you back, and Dr. Islambek Rustambekov, welcome to our interview series! Ms. Bayzakova is the Director of the Tashkent International Arbitration Centre (“TIAC”) [...]

German Regional Court Dismissed Spain’s Request for an Anti-Enforcement Injunction of an Intra-EU Investor-State Arbitration Award

On 12 April 2024, the Regional Court of Essen (“LG Essen”) dismissed Spain’s request for an anti-enforcement injunction of an intra-EU investor-state arbitration award (2 O 447/22). The LG Essen [...]

How Many Bites of the Same Cherry Does it Take to Overturn an Arbitration Award? Unpacking the Indian Supreme Court’s Decision in Delhi Metro Rail Corporation v. Delhi Airport Metro Express Pvt. Ltd

While refusing to interfere with an award under Section 68 of the English Arbitration Act, Justice Teare pithily quipped that “by choosing to resolve disputes by arbitration the parties clothe [...]

The venture capitalist discusses his latest big bets [...]

Green tech is stalling because businesses lack confidence that leaders will follow up words with actions [...]

QuantumScape’s deal with VW is a rare bright spot in a tough market for electric transportation [...]

Rome plans to allow investments in small reactors as part of a bid to lower the country’s carbon emissions [...]

Failure by municipalities to pay debts worth billions of rand risks thwarting company’s recovery efforts, utility chief says [...]

Germany grants €4.6bn to 23 green hydrogen projects after EU approval

Up to 1.4GW of electrolyser capacity and 2,000km of pipelines have received state aid [...]

One of world’s largest floating wind projects seeks consent off UK

Floating wind array off the Scottish coast could power up to 6 million UK homes [...]

Spain supports Siemens Gamesa with $1.3bn guarantee package

Export credit agency Cesce and Spanish and French banks share facility reported to be intended to allow embattled wind turbine manufacturer to fulfil its order book [...]

New York offshore wind 'could power cost-competitive green hydrogen by 2030'

Northeast coast, fixed-bottom turbines and electrolysis onshore offer fastest early route to renewable H2 below $2/kg, says National Renewable Energy Laboratory [...]

Renewable energy CEO quits amid fraud claims

Thailand-based Energy Absolute has interests in wind and solar farms along with electric vehicles and energy storage [...]