Kate Mackenzie 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

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