The Source: Petrol price rise; Australian carbon tactics; Monty Python

On Energy Source:

What Monty Python can tell us about commodities

Markets: retreat as Wen questions recovery

Drivers already feeling oil price rise

Australian resources companies under fire over carbon comments

Shell’s outlook for oil production and prices: why $70 oil matters

Cap-and-trade versus everything else

It’s an oil shock, but not as we know it

Elsewhere:

Mexico state oil co optimistic on two fields
Pemex seeks to counter Cantarell’s decline (Rigzone)

We need a stable oil price: but we’re at the mercy of Opec
Author David Strahan says declining non-Opec production is a risk (Independent)

Shell’s cellulosic ‘first’ is more of a second
A somewhat qualified debut (Green Inc/NY Times)

Whither cap-and-trade? An IM exchange
Felix Salmon learns about Waxman-Markey (SeekingAlpha)

GOP Energy plan draws heavy flak
Nuclear proposals raise a lot of ire (Environmental Capital/WSJ)

Fuel filters clogged with kebab fat
The drawbacks of DIY biofuel (Guardian)

Emirates must decide whether oil partners are worth keeping
Concessions for the likes of Shell and Exxon near end (The National)

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