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Energy Charter Treaty

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The Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) is an international agreement which establishes a multilateral framework for cross-border cooperation in the energy industry. The treaty covers all aspects of commercial energy activities including trade, transit, investments and energy efficiency. The treaty is legally binding, including dispute resolution procedures.

Link: ECT

Official Web-Site

 

ECT map

 

 

Members, Observers and other participations

Full members Observers Special members
Afghanistan Algeria  
Albania Bahrain  
Armenia Bangladesh  
Australia Benin  
Austria Burundi  
Azerbaijan Cambodia  
Belarus Canada  
Belgium Colombia  
Bosnia & Herzegovina Chad  
Bulgaria Chile  
Croatia China  
Cyprus Egypt  
Czech Republic Eswanti - Swaziland  
Denmark Indonesia  
Estonia Iran  
Finland Italy  
France Jordan  
Georgia Korea South  
Germany Kuwait  
Great Britain Mauritania  
Greece Niger  
Hungary Nigeria  
Iceland Oman  
Ireland Pakistan  
Japan Palestine  
Kazakhstan Qatar  
Kyrgyzstan Saudi Arabia  
Latvia Serbia  
Liechtenstein Syria  
Lithuania Tanzania  
Luxembourg Tunisia  
Malta Uganda  
Moldova United Arab Emirates  
Mongolia United States of America  
Montenegro Venezuela  
Netherlands Yemen  
North-Macedonia    
Norway    
Poland    
Portugal    
Romania    
Russia    
Slovakia    
Slovenia    
Spain    
Sweden    
Switzerland    
Tajikistan    
Turkey    
Turkmenistan    
Ukraine    
Uzbekistan    

 

 

Member organiations

ECOWAS

 

 


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