The Source: Road charging; Vestas and the media; Oil in 1930

On FT Energy Source:

Tar sands and peak oil in 1930

Markets: Oil and sugar lead commodities higher

Wind turbine protests reveal a curious weakness in renewables

Developed countries’ climate change efforts are coming in for criticism

Road charging and political reality

BP’s wooing of Basra authorities may pay off

Further reading:

Sources say CNPC, not BP, will take majority stake in Iraq field (Reuters)

TOD does smart meters (The Oil Drum)

The US climate bill gets embroiled in farm subisidies talk (TNR)

$20 a barrel versus $20 a gallon (Infrastructurist)

Niger Delta crisis halved Nigeria’s Q1 oil output (Platts)

Exxon’s algae investment continues to fascinate (Energy Outlook)

Another clean cooking stove: this one doubles as a generator (CleanTechnica)

The case for geothermal energy (New Energy & Fuel)

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