City law firm Pinsent Masons and partner Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) have launched the results of a survey on the future of energy arbitration. This is the first report by QMUL for the energy sector in nearly a decade. It is timely given the transition from oil and gas and other fossil fuels to renewables/cleaner energy, as well as current geopolitical events.
It provides essential insights into the main risks and challenges faced by the energy sector now and in the short to medium term, including the primary causes of disputes; and what changes could make the process more economical and accessible.
The report will be officially launched at an event in London February 27, where a panel of experts will discuss the results .