Daily Archives: October 2, 2009

Ed Crooks

On Energy Source:

Gazprom enters America

Eni hits back at break-up plan

Elsewhere:

Senator Boxer says her proposed US cap-and-trade scheme for emissions would protect consumers, but accepts her bill does not yet have enough votes to pass (Washington Post)

…and her proposed emissions reduction is already described as “measly” by India (The Guardian)

Will the Senate also go for carbon tariffs? (WSJ)

Cap-and-trade is a way for some utilities to cash in while energy prices rise (WSJ)

Climate change has “potentially huge” security implications, says NATO (AFP)

Cutting emissions is reasonably-priced “planetary climate insurance” (Green Inc)

Russian oil production rises to a post-soviet high above 10m barrels per day (Bloomberg)

Large oil finds do not remove the threat of Peak Oil (Qwestfunds)

Opec’s production limit compliance has slipped, says Exxon CEO (Bloomberg)

Ed Crooks

France and Russia offer to manufacture nuclear fuel for Iran (FT)

Break-up of Eni looks unlikely (FT)

Yanzhou, Chinese coal miner, considers listing Australian assets (FT)

Kerry-Boxer bill backs US nuclear industry (FT)

Drought in the south-eastern US was caused by population growth, not climate change (NY Times)

The UK will import half its gas this winter (The Times)

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