Daily Archives: February 1, 2011

David Blair

Egypt may not be among the Middle East’s significant oil producers, but the country’s turmoil has placed upward pressure on oil prices nonetheless.  Read more

Kiran Stacey

A newsflash from Reuters has confirmed that a UK court has issued an injunction on the BP-Rosneft deal, which is now on hold. Read more

Kiran Stacey

Good news from the UK’s energy department today. Greenhouse gas emissions fell in 2009 by 8.7 per cent, according to the final official government figures. Read more

Sylvia Pfeifer

FT Energy Source

- BP reports $5bn loss but restores dividends – The Guardian
- Wikileaks: BP’s Russian arm looked at deals with rogue states – The Telegraph
- Wikileaks: Bob Dudley blamed Igor Sechin for ‘black’ plot – The Telegraph
- Exxon bolstered by higher prices – FT
- What will Exxon do with all its money? – FT Lex
- Anadarko net income declines – Bloomberg
- Oil companies choose different paths – FT
- US tightens laws for oil and gas drillers – The Times (£)
- Oil over $100 as Egypt protests intensify – FT
- Egypt deploys military along SuMed oil pipeline – Bloomberg
- Rising oil prices hit growth outlook – FT
- In an oil price gap, the scent of tar sands – NY Times Green blog
- China to develop controversial Nu River hydro projects – Reuters
- National Grid to shed 7% of US workforce – FT
- Wyoming senator looks to curb EPA – NY Times Green blog
- EU urged to restart carbon trading – FT
- Natural gas trading briefly halted on CME – FT Read more