The Source: Danish draft debunked; Hacked emails; Asia’s LNG boom

On FT Energy Source:

- Those ‘Danish draft’ figures debunked

- The Danish draft: A storm that will not benefit developing countries?

- The climate G2: US and China compared

- Copenhagen daily wrap: Draftgate, data and a new climate tax

- Our expert panel on whether developed or developing countries should blink first

- Asian growth brings three big LNG projects closer to reality

- ExxonMobil outlook underlines efficiency

- Natural gas producers’ confab and Sudanese oil in Spot news

Further reading:

- Climategate: A hack, or a leak? (Environmental Capital/WSJ)

- Hacked email scientists receive death threats (environmentalresearchnetwork/Guardian)

- Hacked emails revisited (Pew Climate Center)

- A useful data point for explaining why the dollar and commodity prices move together (Econbrowser)

- Carbon prices soared ahead of Copenhagen – but does it matter? (The Telegraph)

- Bangladesh wants 15% of global climate fund (Xinhua)

- Engine-makers versus high ethanol mandate: How to break the impasse (R-squared)

- Lost opportunity for a transport agreement at Copenhagen (Rice University/Chron.com)

- The prospects for global cooperation (GreenLaw)

- Those mass Copenhagen editorials were a little like… LiveAid (Megan McArdle/The Atlantic)

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