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Global Arbitration Review: Offshore Vessel Construction Disputes 

by James Brown, William Cecil, Andreas Dracoulis

Published: June, 2017

Submission: June, 2017


Haynes and Boone CDG is proud to feature a chapter in the Second Edition of Global Arbitration Review’s (GAR) 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.

For more information on the Guide to Energy Arbitrations click here.

About the Chapter

The chapter on Offshore Vessel Construction Disputes provides an overview as to why arbitration is the typically adopted method of dispute resolution in respect of newbuilding projects for offshore oil and gas industry vessels, the types of disputes that commonly arise both pre and post-delivery, how such disputes are usually resolved, and considers some strategies commonly adopted for their successful resolution by arbitration.

To read a copy of the chapter in full please click here.






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