Peter Frilay is an associate in the International Arbitration practice.
His experience includes international arbitrations conducted in accordance with ICC, LCIA and CRCICA arbitration rules, with a focus on disputes in the oil & gas industry.
International arbitrations on which Peter Frilay has worked include the representation of:
- An African energy company in an LCIA arbitration in London brought by a European energy company. The dispute relates to the management and dissolution of a consortium for offshore gas exploration. English law applies.
- EGAS and EGPC, Claimants in a CRCICA arbitration in Cairo with East Mediterranean Gas S.A.E. (EMG), arising out of a long term gas supply contract between EGAS, EGPC and EMG.
- Lagardère Sports, Claimant in an ICC arbitration in Geneva against the Confederation of African Football (CAF). The dispute arises from the termination by CAF of a $1 billion exclusive television and marketing rights agreement. Swiss law applies.
- Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS), Respondent in an ICC arbitration in Paris initiated by Spanish Egyptian Gas Company S.A.E. (SEGAS). The dispute arose from a tolling agreement. English law applied.
- A Middle Eastern State-owned gas company, Respondent in two CRCICA arbitrations, respectively seated in Madrid and in Cairo, brought by a European energy company. The dispute arises from a gas supply agreement. Egyptian law applies.
La Trobe University
Bachelor of Laws (Hons)
Bachelor of International Relations
- Victoria, Australia
- Solicitor, England and Wales