Protection treaty

There can be few sectors more exposed to risk in international investment thanthe energy sector. Common routes towards achieving an acceptable measure of legalprotection for investments in major energy projects include the obtaining ofextensive legal opinions, use of arbitration before an independent arbitrationtribunal sitting in a neutral venue to resolve disputes and the provision ofvarying forms of political risk insurance cover. However, one potentially significantroute to achieving legal

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