The Source: Debating oil supplies; Nat gas lobbies; US the climate change bad guy

On FT Energy Source:

Not your average peak oil theory

How those recent oil and gas discoveries stack up

Is the US becoming the bad guy of climate change talks again?

US natural gas industry makes its case

Finland’s nuclear reactor is still being built, despite problems

Someone’s smarter than the average natgas bear

Further reading:

Solar power is coming of age (WSJ Environmental Capital)

CNPC’s experience in Iraq shows the importance of winning hearts and minds, as well as contracts (The National)

Copenhagen Q&A with Michael Levi of Brookings’ Institution ahead of next week’s UN meeting (Brookings)

Low nat gas prices won’t stop Chesapeake and others drilling Marcellus Shale (State Journal)

China’s plan to rule the sun (Forbes)

Volt needs $5 or $6 a gallon to become ‘generalised’, says GM’s Lutz (CNet)

Will the end of the recession mean fewer land rigs in North America? (Platts/The Barrel)

California may pull plug on big energy-guzzling TVs (LA Times)

Scotland unveils world’s first ‘carbon budget’ (Guardian)

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