The Source: China’s reserves; CAFE economics; lobbying

On Energy Source:

China’s oil reserves: Another explanation for strong oil prices

Markets: Puzzlement continues

US natural gas unlikely to recover until 2012

Exelon moves a step closer to buying NRG Energy

Big oil’s lobbying spending up

Twittering in the eye of the storm

Elsewhere:

Nuclear is still not renewable, but not for lack of trying (Powerlines/Platts)

Prospects for oil and gas cooperation in the Middle East (Transcript/PDF) (Brookings Institution)

Fuel cell cars hit the road Development of hydrogen cars continues (CNet)

The economics of CAFE Does it really hurt jobs? (Baselinescenario)

Is it time for Congress to act on foreign oil? This week’s National Journal discussion, led by T. Boone Pickens (National Journal)

Deep roots to violence in oil-rich Nigeria Ken Saro-Wiwa’s legacy is very much alive (NY Times)

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