Jeremy Wilson

Jeremy Wilson

Jeremy Wilson is a New York qualified international arbitration practitioner who has a “particular expertise in the oil and gas arena” (Chambers UK2013). He is a partner in the firm’s London office and has a broad range of experience, including advising and representing parties in pipeline-related disputes, price reviews under long-term gas/LNG sales agreements, and disputes arising under production sharing contracts. Jeremy speaks French and has practiced in both Paris and London. Chambers UK 2013 highlights Jeremy as “definitely one to watch”.  He is also recognised as a leading practitioner in the Euromoney’s Guide to the World’s Leading Experts in Commercial Arbitration (2013).

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European Commission Launches New Antitrust Investigation into LNG Destination Clauses

On June 21, 2018, the European Commission (“Commission”) started a new investigation to determine whether so-called destination clauses in Qatar Petroleum’s liquefied natural gas (“LNG”) supply contracts with European buyers infringe the European Union (“EU”) antitrust rules.… Continue Reading

‘Trigger Happy’: Considering the Requirements of Your Price Review Clause

Given the fall in oil prices, many participants in the oil sector have been forced to re-evaluate their investments.[1]  A drop in oil prices not only impacts the oil industry; it can also have a significant effect on gas and LNG prices around the world.  Many long-term gas and LNG sales agreements continue to peg … Continue Reading

Nigerian Court of Appeal Allows Third Party to Challenge Arbitration Award

In the recently published Abuja Court of Appeal case of Statoil (Nigeria) Limited & Anor v. Federal Inland Revenue Service & Anor ((2014) LPELR-23144(CA)) (“Statoil”) dated 13 June 2014,  the Nigerian court held that a third party had locus standi to challenge an arbitration agreement to which it was not a party. This decision has … Continue Reading

Planning Ahead to Arbitration – Important Considerations for Investors

As foreign investment into Sub-Saharan Africa continues to grow, inevitably, so does the risk of disputes arising between commercial parties. The potential benefits of arbitration in settling a commercial dispute, including procedural flexibility and neutrality, are well known (read more from the ICC here). This post provides an introduction to the relevance of arbitration to investors considering … Continue Reading

A Consequence of Falling Oil Prices

Oil prices have plunged in the last few months.  For example, Brent futures traded at over $110 per barrel in June, and fell below $85 last week.  This is a fall of over 20%, and the market price for crude oil is now at its lowest level since 2010. Oil prices impact activities in the … Continue Reading

A Quick Look at the Gazprom/Naftogaz Contract Dispute

On Monday, June 16, 2014, Gazprom and Naftogaz each announced that they were commencing arbitration proceedings under the SCC Rules (seated in Stockholm, Sweden). The arbitration arises under Contract No. KP dated January 19, 2009 (the “Contract”), a 10 year, long-term gas sales agreement between Gazprom and Naftogaz for volumes ranging from 40 to 52 … Continue Reading

Pricing Complexity and Predictable Disputes – A primer on modern long-term gas supply contracts

On Monday, June 16, 2014, Gazprom announced that it commenced arbitration proceedings against Naftogaz under the SCC Rules (seated in Stockholm, Sweden) alleging that Naftogaz has failed to pay US$4.5 billion for gas that Gazprom has already delivered to Naftogaz. Naftogaz also announced that it had commenced a claim under the SCC Rules, seeking the … Continue Reading
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