The Source: Doubts grow over demand, especially China’s; Crude correction; UNG

On FT Energy Source:

China demand doubts

Markets: Corrections extended

China talks about 2050 emissions peak

A crude correction

UNG moves further into OTC, other energy markets

Demand rebound: Everyone, calm down

Further reading:

EPRI export on the need for cheap energy storage (SeekingAlpha)

PetroChina starts oil trading office in Houston (Chron.com)

Cash for clunkers, still evil (NY Times)

Nuclear power plants around the world (Guardian)

Applying the elegance of internet routing to energy cost savings (Tech Review)

Pro-nuclear bloggers increasingly irritated with the environment-natural gas hookup (Atomic Insights)

IMF predicts Ghana’s oil revenue will reach $6.6bn in 2011 (Argus)

Are natural gas reserves now overstated? (The Oil Drum)

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