Iran Looks To The Energy Charter
By Ria Kemper
The Brussels-based Energy Charter, an inter-governmental body in which 51 states participate, began its existence primarily as a vehicle for dialogue and cooperation on energy issues among European countries. But increasingly the role of its legal foundation, the 1994 Energy Charter Treaty (ECT), as a framework for promoting investor confidence in trans-national energy projects is being recognized beyond Europes...
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