Energy headlines: Oil companies pay out to end bribery probe

- Oil and freight companies pay $237m to end bribery probe – FT

- Shell bribes part of ‘culture of corruption’, says Panalpina – Bloomberg

- W&T paying $450m for Shell’s stake in Gulf fields – WSJ

- Transocean sees ‘gradual’ return to US Gulf – Argus

- Cap and trade didn’t kill the Dems – Michael Levi

- Obama may overhaul renewable energy loan guarantees – Argus

- Dynegy claws its way back from the brink – FT

- Dynegy shareholders will be grateful to have salvaged some value – FT Lex

- Enel Green Power shares flat on debut – WSJ

- Coal India rises 39 per cent on debut – FT

- Coal still king as green power IPO struggles – Reuters

- Entergy puts Vermont nuclear plant up for sale – NY Times

- More incentives needed for nuclear, says UK minister – The Telegraph

- Chancellor aiming to reveal green investment bank details by Christmas – The Guardian

- Opec upbeat on world economy – FT

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