Daily Archives: February 14, 2011

Kiran Stacey

Firstly, an apology. We are still not ready to publish the Q&A session with Josh Fox. I will publish an update with a full explanation tomorrow (Tuesday), but for now, thanks for your patience.
While we wait for Josh’s answers, please start sending in your questions for Terry Duffy and Craig Donohue, the chairman and CEO of CME Group, respectively. Read more

Kiran Stacey

Shell has produced a lengthy update to its Shell Scenarios today, laying out what the company believes will be the themes affecting the energy industry until 2050. Read more

Kiran Stacey

As reported in the FT on Monday, green campaigners in the UK have stepped up their attack on the carbon floor price, calling it a “windfall” for the nuclear industry. Read more

FT Energy Source

- GE to pay $2.8bn for John Wood unit – FT
- Energy groups hope Egypt will not interrupt output – FT
- Kinder Morgan rises after flotation – Bloomberg
- Siemens eyes big network purchases – FT
- Brazilian ethanol best hope for replacing oil, says BP – The Sunday Telegraph
- Emerging nations to widen energy gap – The Times (£)
- US offshore regulator sits on Gulf permits – FT
- Spill commissioners call for review of energy policy – NY Times Green blog
- Pitfalls of the US cheap gas habit – FT
- Navy urged to act as Somali pirates hold 700 sailors captive – The Sunday Telegraph
- Australia ‘plans carbon tax from 2012′ – Reuters
- Nuclear industry windfall feared – FT
- ‘Bonfire of the quangos’ threatens climate change committee – The Guardian
- Warning of skills threat to green energy aims – FT
- New Jersey wants to see benefits from offshore wind – Argus
- Powerfuel revives clean coal hopes – The Telegraph
- TNK-BP ‘likely’ to seek role in BP deal – FT Read more