Energy headlines: Libyan unrest hits oil production

- Oil groups prepare to shut down in Libya – FT

- Eni at risk as anti-Gaddafi unrest spreads – Bloomberg

- Oil surges as Libyan protests threaten supply – FT

- Goldman sees Brent at $110 – Bloomberg

- Are we witnessing the start of a new oil price shock? – The Telegraph

- BP in $7.2bn partnership with Reliance – FT

- Ambani may add assets after BP deal doubles Reliance cash – Bloomberg

- Exploration expertise found after long search – FT

- BP discovers new shores to conquer – The Times (£)

- BP eyes emerging markets but politics holds risks – FT

- Dudley targeting value over volume – FT Lex

- ‘Dirty’ energy in China and India – NY Times Green blog

- Russian energy czar warns BP – WSJ (£)

- BHP in $4.7bn US shale gas assets deal – FT

- BHP’s shale gas play reveals its weaknesses – WSJ (£)

- Dynegy management to leave as sale collapses – FT

- Shell sells African businesses for $1bn – FT

- Tar sands row threatens Canada-EU trade deal – Reuters

- Battle over oil in Congo national park – FT

- UN sets out blueprint for green growth – The Guardian

- GOP: The dirty energy party – NY Times

- Wood Group eyes industry spending boost – FT

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