18th September 2008
Energy security is at the top of today's global agenda, and protection of investments is key to building energy security in today's increasingly international world. The Energy Charter Treaty, with its 51 member states, plays a major role in guaranteeing energy security in the Eurasian region. Since the Treaty came into force 10 years ago, at least 18 investment arbitration cases - including the noted Yukos and Libananco claims - have been initiated on the basis of the Treaty's powerful investment promotion and protection provisions. This conference is therefore a timely occasion to review the Treaty's achievements, its strong points and its limitations.
This event is free for Investment Treaty Forum Members; however you must register to attend this event. Please e-mail email@example.com.
Dinner will be held at the British Museum on the 18th September 2008. The dinner will cost £65 per person. Please click here to register.
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