Attila Doğan v. Oman Attila Doğan Construction & Installation Co. Inc. v. Sultanate of Oman (ICSID Case No. ARB/16/7)
Engineering and construction concession contract for an oil and gas project with the State-owned company Petroleum Development of Oman LLC.
Claims arising out of the Government’s alleged frustration of investments related to an engineering and construction contract concluded by the claimant with Petroleum Development of Oman, a majority State-owned company, after winning the tender. According to the claimant, authorities delayed or prevented the entry of its qualified foreign personnel into Oman and required the claimant to hire additional Omani nationals from a local construction company. Petroleum Development of Oman later redistributed 60 per cent of the contract work to the previous local contract-holder and eventually terminated the contract in favour of the latter and other contractors.
Tertiary: F - Construction
42 - Civil engineering
ICSID (International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes)
ICSID (International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes)
Beechey, J.
de Boisséson, M.
Landau, T.
Award dated 1 February 2021
Dissenting Opinion by Matthieu de Boisséson
182.80 mln USD
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ICSID annulment proceedings
ICSID annulment proceedings
Reinisch, A. (President)

Sepúlveda Amor, B. (Member)

Cooper-Rousseau, B. (Member)