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Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Vedanta wins arbitration against govt in Rs 9,500 crore case

NEW DELHI: Mining magnate Anil Agarwal’s Vedanta has received an arbitration against a requirement for the next payout from its Rajasthan oil and fuel fields after disallowance of Rs 9,545 crore (about $1.2 billion) in sure prices incurred, the corporate mentioned.
According to a contract, corporations are allowed to get better all prices incurred earlier than splitting revenue in a predetermined ratio with the federal government. If a sure portion of value is disallowed, it will end result in larger income and a resultant larger share to the federal government. Vedanta had challenged such a requirement earlier than an arbitration tribunal.
The authorities has sought further revenue petroleum (or its share from the oil and fuel fields) after it reallocated sure prices between the fields in the block and disallowed a portion of the fee incurred on laying a pipeline to move oil produced from the Rajasthan block.
It, nonetheless, didn’t give particulars of the arbitration award. “The company is in the process of reviewing the award in detail and evaluating its financial impact,” it mentioned.
It shouldn’t be identified if the federal government will abide by the arbitration award. It has beforehand challenged all arbitration awards it has misplaced.

Nilesh Desai
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