Daily Archives: June 30, 2010

Due to staff absences, we’ll be offering a reduced service on Energy Source this week.

We’ll still be doing daily headline roundups, and covering the really big stories, but there will be fewer posts than normal.

- Oil industry’s drilling ban appeal

- Apocalypse in the Gulf

- Bill Clinton: explosives on the seafloor  “may become neccessary”

- Europe’s enduring coal subsidies

- A solar powered White House?

-  Geopolitics and oil spills: the perils of forecasting

- Fantasy oil major M&A

 
- Stakes are high for warring oil spill partners – FT

- No consensus as Obama, senators discuss energy bill - Reuters

- Anadarko approved key BP well designs – FT

- Emerson offers £997m for Chloride - FT

- Energy Dept cannot drop nuclear waste plan – NY Times

- China aims to rein in coal prices – Argus

- India Loses to China in Africa-to-Kazakhstan-to-Venezuela Oil - Bloomberg

- NY pension fund rethinks suit against BP – FT

- Democrats Prepared to Scale Back Climate Proposal, Kerry Says - Bloomberg

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