The Source: Women and oil; Saro-Wiwa settlement; peak coal

On Energy Source:

Corporate: Does the oil industry makes careers difficult for women?

Markets: An oil-dollar signal

Emissions: Trains, planes and empty buses

Markets: Crude breaks two-day losing streak

Legal: How the Saro-Wiwa case was settled

Oil: Oil prices rises yet to affect estimates

Geopolitics: The political world of Iranian gas development

Elsewhere:

Canadian CEOs on peak oil Most agree with the theory, say the timing is unknown (Canadian Business Online)

Pricing oil in Big Macs From 27 in 2008 down to 19 this year (Gregor)

Peak coal: what do tighter supplies mean for ‘clean coal’? USGS survey prompts a reassessment for the ‘Saudi Arabia of coal’ (Environmental Capital/WSJ)

How much does a climate bill cost, anyway? Analysis tends to underestimate the effect of innovation (TNR)

Solar thermal: the other kind of solar energy It may have better prospects than photovoltaic (Economist)

How much should poor countries be paid to fight climate change? And other dilemmas (Green Inc/NY Times)

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