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ISDS files: Lone Pine V Canada

February 2019

CASE NAME:
LONE PINE V CANADA

SUMMARY:
Oil and gas company suing the Canadian government over a moratorium on fracking in Quebec

STATUS:
Awaiting decision (as of January 2019)

AT STAKE:
£90 million

DETAILS:
Case started September 2013 using the North American Free Trade Agreement

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