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Greenpeace, working in partnership with the German Aerospace centre(DLR), released a report detailing an “energy revolution” which it believes demonstrates that an 80 per cent cut in the emissions of Europe-27 (27 member countries of the European Union) countries is not only plausible, but it will also make Europe a role model for the rest of the world.

This report follows an announcement by the German Environmental Agency earlier in the week where it suggested that Germany could derive all of its electricity from renewables by the year 2050.

The report details two scenarios – the energy revolution and the advanced energy revolution – requiring different levels of investment to deliver an 80 to 95 percent cut in emissions respectively while creating jobs and providing energy security for Europe.

- BP will intercept leaking well in 7-10 days – Argus

- US fights reversal of offshore drilling ban – FT

- Total moves into Canada’s oil sands – FT

- New company plans to drill for Falklands oil – FT

- Chesapeake Energy Seeks Asian Investors for U.S. Gas Projects – WSJ

- BP to Resist Early Notice Of Asset Sales – WSJ

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