Energy Charter Treaty definition

Energy Charter Treaty means the Energy Charter Treaty as opened for signature in Lisbon on 17 December 1994 and in force as of 16 April 1998.
Energy Charter Treaty means the Energy Charter Treaty as opened for signature in Lisbon on 17th of December 1994.
Energy Charter Treaty means the Energy Charter Treaty as opened for signature in

Examples of Energy Charter Treaty in a sentence

In addition, provisions can require the negotiation and implementation of State contracts in good faith on the part of the investor and the State; allow for periodic review; reaffirm national sovereignty over certain types of economic activity (see e.g. the Energy Charter Treaty, Art.

It should be noted that one of the parties to the Treaty is not a member of GATT/WTO and the provisions of the Treaty are applicable only between the Energy Charter Treaty parties.

For the avoidance of doubt, Article 26(3)(b)(i) and (c) of the Energy Charter Treaty shall not, as between the Parties, apply in respect of any such dispute.

Nothing in this Agreement or any of the Project Agreements shall deprive any Party of its rights or any remedy to which it may be entitled, or affect any obligations it may have from time to time, under the Energy Charter Treaty, any other international treaty or any other agreement.

Nothing in this Agreement shall derogate from the rights or obligations of any State under the Energy Charter Treaty or any other relevant international treaty or rule of international law.


More Definitions of Energy Charter Treaty

Energy Charter Treaty means the Energy Charter Treaty as opened for signature in Lisbon on 17 December 1994;
Energy Charter Treaty means the Energy Charter Treaty as opened for signature in Lisbon on December
Energy Charter Treaty means the Treaty signed at Lisbon on 17 December 1994, which is reproduced in the Schedule.