Daily Archives: April 27, 2009

James Fontanella-Khan

Energy news from elsewhere:

- India’s Petronet Q4 net jumps 70% (Reuters)

- Shell, BP earnings may drop most in five years on oil price (Bloomberg)

- Nigerian police free British hostage kidnapped two weeks ago (Bloomberg)

- China to own rights in more than 100m tonnes of overseas iron ore assets in 2010 (Xinhua)

James Fontanella-Khan

Energy news from the FT:

- Oil Q&A: Beginnings of a new bubble?
Francisco Blanch from Merril Lynch will answer FT readers’ questions today

- Swine flu triggers alerts worldwide
US on high alert as 103 die in Mexico

- ArcelorMittal expected to cut steel output
Industry reels from the impact of the worst global recession in decades

- Mittal steels himself for a slump
The Indian entrepreneur could be forced to axe the extensive manufacturing network

- ADB warns of Asian climate change disaster
Impact will be 2.5 times more severe than the global average if emissions are not cut

- Book review: Persia to the North Sea, and after
Black Gold: Britain and Oil in the Twentieth Century

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