The Source: Opec expectations; Mexico’s oil bet; Japan’s carbon commitments

On FT Energy Source:

A less exciting Opec meeting

The world’s most successful, but worst paid, oil manager?

What the new CFTC categories tell us about commodities speculators

Japan’s newfound emissions reduction enthusiasm

Developed countries are not immune to climate change

Further reading:

A more sceptical take on the US natural gas boom (Bit Tooth Energy)

A defence of China’s long-term resources planning: the fear and resentment is unwarranted (GetReallist)

The Wall Street Journal on a new generation of nuclear plants, and Atomic Insight‘s take

How to improve Australia’s cap-and-trade legislation (John Quiggan)

Wind is too unreliable; solar is better, says Nobel prize winner (Cop15)

BBC criticised for dropping its Energy Saving Day plans (The Times)

Can microbes clean up oil extraction? (Scientific American)

Roads made of solar panels… (The Telegraph)

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