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Leonardo Borlini and Marina Petri

This chapter covers the structure and function of Article 48 of the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT), with regard to both its purpose and its relevance. Article 48 deals with the status of Annexes, Decisions and Amendments to the Treaty, which are to be considered as an ‘integral part’ of the Treaty itself. This chapter, after a brief introduction presenting and suggesting a systematization of the existing Annexes, includes a section specifically focusing on the Protocol on Energy Efficiency and Related Environmental Aspects (PEEREA). In particular, the content and structure of the Protocol are observed, while underlining its pivotal role in the development of energy efficiency strategies among the Parties to the Energy Charter.

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Leonardo Borlini and Marina Petri

This chapter is a synthetic commentary to Article 49 of the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) comprising two sections, respectively covering its purpose and its content. The mentioned Article defines which Party shall be the depositary of the Treaty. Accordingly, this commentary focuses on the role and functions of depositary States under public international law, as it has been enshrined in the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of the Treaties, thus framing Article 49 within the broader international law context in an evolutionary perspective.

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Leonardo Borlini and Marina Petri

This chapter is a synthetic commentary to Article 50 of the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) comprising two sections, respectively covering its purpose and its content. The mentioned Article spells out which the authentic languages of the Treaty are. Accordingly, this commentary focuses on the interpretative implications of multi-lingual Treaties, in line with the relevant provisions included in the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of the Treaties, thus framing Article 50 within the broader international law context in an evolutionary perspective.