ICDR services mirror the segments of the energy industry, including oil and gas, electricity, and alternative energy projects. The ICDR collaborates with industry groups to build educational conferences in key energy markets around the world.
The highly selective process of choosing ICDR panel members is based not only on relevant industry background but also on a broad diversity of nationality, practice, age, and gender. The ICDR tirelessly seeks leading industry experts to serve as arbitrators and mediators uniquely qualified to deal with complex, high-value energy-related disputes.
Hearings are held in the ICDR’s Houston office; the ICDR also can facilitate hearings in locations around the world as needed by parties. For information about hearing rooms and availability, please click here.
The Energy Arbitrators List (EAL) is a panel of experienced arbitrators with demonstrated expertise in deciding international energy disputes. The EAL is fully searchable by country, region, and key words. Additionally, the EAL provides detailed information regarding arbitrator experience as defined in 13 separate industry categories--resulting in the most comprehensive database of qualified international energy arbitrators currently available.
The EAL was born out of discussions among energy experts and corporate and outside counsel to help identify capable and experienced energy arbitrators. An independent Review Committee of industry leaders and legal experts from around the world facilitated the identification and vetting of arbitrators for the EAL.
Powered by the ICDR, the EAL offers a variety of fee-based arbitrator appointment and administrative services supported by the ICDR International Energy Secretariat and Director based in the ICDR Houston office. For information about accessing EAL, pricing, or arbitrator availability and appointment, please click here.