Energy headlines

Big nations set out emissions cut targets (FT)

Nigeria attack forces Shell to cut output (Reuters)

Chevron’s net income drops 37% (FT)

Shell to sell oil licences in Nigeria (FT)

RBS Sempra sale hits snag (FT)

Exxon in spotlight over XTO (FT)

Japan to focus on green technology (FT)

Former BHP Billiton chief joins BP board (FT)

IMF working on plans for ‘green fund’ (Reuters)

Baghdad signs final deals for biggest oilfields (The National)

Xstrata plans $A6bn coal power-station coal mine in Australia (Bloomberg)

India starts partial privatisations with power sale (FT)

Iran denounces US Senate’s approval of gasoline sanctions (Oil & Gas Journal)

China leading global race to make clean energy (NY Times)

Obama hints at increasing US nuclear capacity (Argus)

Golar LNG and Thailand PTTEP scrap floating LNG plans (Bloomberg)

Payment change to boost UK solar power (FT)

Indonesian environmental rules threaten coal output (Argus)

Petrofac to spin off North Sea assets (FT)

Spanish power demand rises for first time since 2008 (Argus)

UK Coal losses hit £115m (FT)

Obama sets GHG target for federal agencies (Argus)

Baker Hughes: US oil, gas rig count up 35 (Dow Jones)

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