The Source: Peak oil demand smackdown; Opec cheats; and solar subsidies

On FT Energy Source:

- A rather strong smackdown of peak oil demand

- Oil cheats could make Opec’s life difficult

- The recycled carbon offset mini-storm

- Who snubbed who - and Wen – at Copenhagen?

- Backlash against solar subsidies?

- A continuing refining headache

- Anti-oil sands campaign and Consol/Dominion in Energy headlines

Further reading:

- A long, scary discussion about a geoengineering framework

- US automakers not so enamoured with nat gas

- What do Republicans and (some) environmentalists agree on?

- Turning gas flares into fuel

- Nuclear socialism

- Two risks to Consul’s deal

- Fertilising oceans to fight climate change could kill sea mammals

- The 1970s photos that made us want to save the world

- Using broadband to monitor energy consumption

- Gaps in US climate strategy

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