Daily Archives: October 21, 2010

In this week’s podcast: We look at the UK’s comprehensive spending review and what it means for the energy sector. We also discuss the oil group TNK-BP and its moves to diversify outside of Russia and we end the show with China’s five-year plan for energy efficiency. Read more

Coal India’s bankers won’t have much trouble getting the IPO away with the $3.5bn offer subscribed nearly 12 times over. Read more

FT Energy Source

- Carbon ‘stealth tax’ spat mars business welcome for spending review – FT
- Q&A: How does the spending review affect feed-in tariffs? – The Guardian
- Consortium leads carbon capture race – FT
- Offshore wind expected to double in 2010 – Reuters
- Iberdrola generates profits on cost cuts – FT
- Dana chief quits after hostile takeover – The Times (£)
- Dynegy defends Blackstone buyout – Argus
- Qatar groups quit Greek energy project – FT
- Essar to acquire African oil and gas assets – Economic Times
- Can Canada afford the oil sands? – The Globe and Mail
- Three environmental groups sue BP over spill – LA Times
- How the Gulf spill was good for America – NY Times Dot Earth Read more