The Source: Copenhagen and NGOs, developing countries rift, growing oil capacity

- China vs Tuvalu

- Non-Opec supply outlook not so bad; but demand also rises

- Climate change and sceptics’ arguments, upsummed

- Jackup rig costs: holding up?

- Copenhagen catch-up: Soros’ $100bn and developing countries rift

- Iraqi oil auctions and gigantic GE wind farms in Spot news

- America’s greener trend

- Copenhagen diary, December 10: The voice of youth

- Copenhagen panel: Are NGOs in danger of sabotaging the talks?

Further reading:

- What would a wise and omnipresent planner do at Copenhagen?

- It’s all about Obama

- Stable oil prices and more SUVs in America’s future

- More reasons to worry about peak uranium

- IEA signals a subtle shift by policymakers – towards peak oil

- Oil price over $70 – $80 ‘risky for recovery’

- Climate change, peak oil, and belief systems

- What’s next for the EPA?

- Big energy versus small

- Nitrous oxide clouds future of biofuels

Get The Source by email (free registration required)

Energy Source is no longer updated but it remains open as an archive.

Insight into the financial, economic and policy aspects of energy and the environment.

Read our farewell note

About the blog

Archive

« Nov Jan »December 2009
M T W T F S S
 123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
28293031