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  • Andreas Silcher LNG
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    Global Arbitration Review: Offshore Vessel Construction Disputes

    Haynes and Boone CDG Partners James Brown, William Cecil and Andreas Dracoulis co-authored a chapter in the Second Edition of Global Arbitration Review’s Guide to Energy Arbitrations. The Guide to Energy Arbitrations is a widely regarded reference tool for energy companies, their advisers and arbitrators. It compiles information on the multitude of potential issues that may arise in energy disputes and provides guidance for minimizing the risk of and resolving such disputes, written by authors who are renowned in the industry.

  • Oil and Gas
    Will Singapore Weather the Offshore Storm?

    City-state's shipyards have taken a beating over the last three years after the sudden and sustained crash in oil prices. Victims of the slump in oil prices are spread throughout the world and Singapore’s offshore oil and gas industry is no exception.

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