The Source: peak oil or oil crunch; weak oil demand; China trades carbon credits; the climate science debate continues, and more

On FT Energy Source:

- Chevron gets its Venezuela reward

- Wiki-fying climate science, and other ideas for the IPCC

- Oil companies launch their Iraq invasion

- Peak oil, or oil crunch? With Richard Branson

- Will nascent Chinese emissions trading schemes take off?

- Iraq’s oil boom: For and against

- Vitol’s bearishness

- An “oil-less recovery”

Further reading:

- 1977 ad: ‘Exxon believes solar’s energy is bright’

- The distracting debate over climate certainty

- Computer power to provide heat for Helsinki homes

- US could profit from pulling out of oil markets

- Crude oil and The Usual Suspects

- Can Germany afford to phase out nuclear power plants?

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