Daily Archives: September 16, 2010

As the FT reports on Thursday, many investors are unhappy about the way Petrobras and Brazil’s government, the national oil company’s controlling shareholder, have handled its forthcoming share issue, set to be the biggest ever attempted. Read more

Sheila McNulty

Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co Securities puts out a chatty research report every day, and it is worth reading. Case in point came yesterday when I came down to the header Industry response to Macondo.  Read more

FT Energy Source

Elsewhere this Thursday:
- Q&A with the World Bank’s first clean energy tsar
- Opec’s 50th birthday: who wants cake?
- Enbridge’s quick turnaround sparks oil price fall
- Did Delaware Republican’s support for climate change legislation cost him the primary? Read more

FT Energy Source

- Hayward admits ‘lack of rigour’ in Gulf oil spill – FT
- BP oil spill: permanent seal only hours away, say officials – Guardian
- BP and Shell may profit from pumping CO2 Into North Sea oil fields – Bloomberg
- Offshore challenge looms for Petrobras – FT
- Enbridge to restore pipeline service by Friday – WSJ (£)
- Spending review threatens carbon capture project – The Times (£)
- Government orders non-producing Gulf oil wells plugged – Reuters
- Imerys chief warns of red tape threat – FT
- Chris Huhne worried on wind investment – Telegraph Read more

We look at BP and how the company has been faring since the release of its report last week on the oil explosion of April 20. We talk to our correspondent Sheila McNulty in Houston, who has been following the fallout closely. Read more