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Energy Disputes and Administrative Litigation

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Our recent experience related to dispute resolution and administrative law includes:

  • Cálidda Gas Natural del Perú: Advice in an arbitration initiated by J&C Inelmec Asociados, a Colombian contractor, seeking payment of USD 1.5 million for alleged breach of contract.
  • Shell GNL Perú S.A.C.: Legal advice on the constitutional relief remedy filed against a regulation issued by the Peruvian Ministry of Energy and Mines that affects Shell's constitutional rights to private initiative, freedom of running business, contractual freedom, property, equality before the law and the principle of proportionality.
  • Puma Energy (owned by Repsol, the leading Spanish energy and petrochemical company): Advice in an arbitration against ETISSA seeking to declare the termination of a contract executed by REPSOL and demand ETISSA payment of the amounts owed.


CMS Grau announce Alessandra Cocchella as partner in the Dispute Resolution...
The law firm CMS Grau continues to drive its growth plan with the incorporation of a new partner to the Dispute Resolution area. Alessandra Cocchella has extensive experience successfully advising companies...