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Disputes over rights to sub-sea resources implications for the oil and gas industry

Global - November 12 2012 As technological developments and economic conditions continue to favour exploration and extraction of undersea oil and gas in ever deeper waters, disputes over the delineation of maritime boundaries and entitlements to the hydrocarbon resources are grabbing headlines again.

Resource nationalisation in Indonesia takes centre stage as the Constitutional Court dissolves the oil and gas regulator BPMigas in November 2012: what should foreign investors do?

Indonesia, United Kingdom - December 12 2012 Throughout 2012 the international press has been awash with reports of changes to Indonesian mining laws and regulatory action in Indonesia with potentially far reaching consequences for foreign investors in the mining and energy sectors in the country.

Durai Shunmugam

Saving the WTO

European Union, Global, United Kingdom - December 4 2019 The operations of WTO’s Appellate Body, which is an integral part of the WTO’s Dispute settlement mechanism, are to be suspended in December as the…

Michael Papadakis

The turbulence continues: More trade warfare and customs duties following the decision of the WTO on the dispute between Boeing (US) and Airbus (EU)

European Union, United Kingdom, USA - October 14 2019 After 15 years of discord, the dispute between Boeing (US) and Airbus (EU) over who benefits most from illegal subsidies is entering the final round…

Michael Papadakis

Brexit snapshot - Brexit and trade law issues

European Union, United Kingdom - February 6 2020 Following the UK's departure from the EU on 31 January 2020, attention now turns to the negotiation of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) to come into…