Energy headlines

- Iran to start work on 20 per cent nuclear fuel (FT)

- Toyota to recall Prius in Japan (FT)

- China buys $60bn worth of Australian coal (FT)

- Climate scandal professor: I thought of killing myself (The Times)

- BP faces investor revolt over oil sands (The Telegraph)

- India’s Reliance eyes troubled Canadian oil sands group (FT)

- Carbon price may need to reach €100, say UK MPs (FT)

TNK-BP to strive for efficiency; and Maxim Barsky profile (FT)

- Wijers says Shell has learnt lesson on pay (FT)

- China to increase LNG imports to address shortage (Xinhua)

- Detectives question climate scientist over leaks (Guardian)

- Oil fuels UK producer price rises (BBC)

- Labour shortages may increase Australian LNG project costs, says Fitch (Bloomberg)

- SEC provides guidance on climate risk disclosure (Argus)

- Gazprom delays Shtokman start-up date (FT)

- Nigerian militant group says it disabled Shell  pipeline (Bloomberg)

- CNOOC falls in HK after Ugandan acquisition report (Bloomberg)

- Blast at Connecticut power plant kills five (FT)

- RWE, seeking lower carbon emissions, plans to sell holding in coal plants (Bloomberg)

- Marred poll exposes Nigeria reform failures (FT)

- China wind, solar companies seek growth in US, Europe (Reuters)

- BG chief predicts decade of robust growth (FT)

- Property investors prepare for a green future (FT)

- Google doles out grants for energy-efficient hardware (Daily Targum)

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