The Source: Waxman-Markey costs; Big oil and renewables; UK nuclear subsidies

On Energy Source:

Iraq: Enthusiasm doesn’t guarantee a good party

Counting the cost of Waxman-Markey

Big oil maintains its focus on… oil

Sinopec pursues Addax, despite the political risk

Markets: Oil dips as petrol reserves swell

UK nuclear subsidies: so that’s a no, then

The next dotcom

Microsoft enters the power meter software fray with Hohm

Where there’s muck there’s brass

EU to Opec: $70 oil is OK

Shell’s gas discovery in Norway: the ‘huge’ find in context
Elsewhere:

Waxman-Markey is set for a crucial House of Representatives vote on Friday (AP/LA Times) after Peterson relents (TNR). But coal use will keep rising under the act (BNet).

Charles McElwee reads China’s state of the environment report so you don’t have to (China Environmental Law)

How green is a nudist vacation? (New York Times)

Tyndall Centre scientist warns UK climate change policies are dangerously optimistic (Guardian)

Saudi Aramco’s appetite for jackups (Rigzone)

Should Mexico stop exporting oil? (Gregor/SeekingAlpha)

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