Energy headlines: Saudis seek to calm oil panic

- Saudis seek to calm oil panic – FT

- Saudis hold talks with refiners amid warnings of oil crisis – The Guardian

- Saudi ‘Royal gift’ fails to woo activists – FT

- Chinese oil interests attacked in Libya – FT

- Oil drops a second day as Libya supply concern eases – Bloomberg

- Oil groups outperform on back of oil surge – FT

- Oil surge puts fragile US recovery at risk – FT

- Must recession follow an oil price surge? – FT Lex

- Texas power costs ‘ballooned after deregulation’ – WSJ (£)

- Big profits mean big investment in energy – Sam Laidlaw, The Telegraph

- RWE expects earnings to drop 30% – FT

- Iberdrola’s profit edges higher as output grows – WSJ (£)

- Petrobras results expected to pave way for increased production – FT

- Sinopec buys stake in Australian gas venture – Bloomberg

- Gas: Who’s got the biggest reserves? – The Telegraph

- US bill to bar oil groups with Cuban links – FT

- California senate passes 33% renewable bill – Argus

- Italy to install 5,000 MW solar capacity in 2011 – Reuters

- Using solar power to extract oil – NY Times Green blog

- Interview: The man driving Microsoft’s green agenda – The Guardian

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