This is my judgment on an application to set aside an order permitting service of documents by an alternative method. The documents were served in the course of enforcement proceedings and the effect of the application, if upheld, would be to send those enforcement proceedings back to square one. I will first set out the essential background. On 26 January 2021, GPGC (a majority-owned Trafigura entity) obtained a final award in its favour against the Government of Ghana ("Ghana") in arbitral proceedings seated in England. The award was for approximately US$140m. It arose out of a written agreement for the installation and operation of two power plants, which Ghana (as the tribunal found) had unlawfully terminated prior to the expiry of the contractual term.