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15 July 2022 - 15 July 2022

9:00AM - 5:00PM

Durham Law School - Room PCL054 | Zoom

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Durham Law School invites you to attend its hybrid conference

Global Energy Transition and Investment Disputes


15 July 2022 
Durham Law School - Room PCL054 | Zoom

Global energy transition is underway and meeting the global climate change targets requires a large amount of investment in cleaner forms of energy. Simultaneously, States are required to implement certain policy and regulatory measures to move away from fossil fuels and accelerate the inclusion of renewable energy in their energy mix. These measures have a potential to adversely affect the current and future investments in the energy sector. While the shifts in the regulatory sphere might negatively affect already existing investments, they also create uncertainty for future investments. This conference will bring leading figures of the energy and investment arbitration fields together to address the interrelation between energy transition and investment disputes. The panels will discuss issues related to potential energy investment dispute types, dispute prevention mechanisms, the relationship between investment treaties and energy transition, and the stranded assets problem.



Ana Stanic E&A Law Limited
Anatole Boute The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Crina Baltag Stockholm University
Daniele Senzani University of Bologna
Elena Cima University of Geneva
Gloria Alvarez University of Aberdeen
Lei Chen Durham University
Martin Jarrett Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law
Mavluda Sattorova The University of Liverpool
Milton Fernando Montoya Universidad Externado de Colombia
Penelope Crossley University of Sydney
Peter Cameron CEPMLP, University of Dundee
Serhat Eskiyoruk Energy Disputes Arbitration Centre (EDAC), Turkey
Tina Soliman-Hunter Macquarie Law School-Centre for Energy and Natural Resources Innovation and Transformation (CENRIT)
Victoria Nalule University of Bradford



In person

The lecture room has x seats which will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
To register for the event please inform Ms Hayley Wharton ( no later than 8 July 2022, 4 pm UK time. Please include name and any dietary requirements.


Attending via Zoom

Those who wish to attend via Zoom should register using the following link no later than 13 July, 2022, 4 pm UK time.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


We look forward to welcoming you!


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