An Indian high court has set aside an arbitration award of more than 8 billion rupees ($113.19 million) owed to India’s Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd by Malaysia’s M3nergy, according to a court document reviewed by Reuters.
In 2017, state-run HPCL was awarded the amount after an arbitration board found that M3nergy had delayed the finalising of a consortium agreement which led to the termination of an exploration contract with India’s Oil and Natural Gas Corp , the Economic Times newspaper reported at the time.
However, the Bombay High Court ruled on Jan. 10 to set aside the award saying the tribunal which ruled in favour of HPCL had no jurisdiction to do so Read More
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