Energy headlines: Workers forced back from nuclear plant

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- Fresh nuclear concerns hit Japan – FT

- Fire breaks out as reactor problems grow – FT

- Warning of ‘apocalypse’ as fallout hits danger levels – The Telegraph

- Concerns shift to reactors 2 and 4 – FT

- IAEA under fire over response to Japan crisis – The Guardian

- Q&A: What is the impact of the latest explosion? – FT

- Last defence at troubles reactors: 50 Japanese workers – NY Times

- Meltdown battle revives reactor safety concern – FT

- Containment design has long been questioned – NY Times Green blog

- Japan reactor design caused GE engineer to quit – Reuters

- Nuclear crisis puts industry revival in doubt – The Guardian

- Japan’s nuclear crisis hampers Obama’s climate plan – Argus

- Huhne inquiry weighs nuclear crisis – FT

- Chris Huhne: Japan is a risk to UK nuclear plans – The Telegraph

- Energy demand to boost shipping – FT

- Indonesia could ship 59 extra LNG cargoes to Japan – WSJ

- Brunei adds to Japan’s emergency LNG supply – Argus

- Outlook stark for Libyan oil exports – FT

- Oil markets adjust to Japan disaster – Argus

- Potential of Brazil’s deepwater oil – FT

- Hyundai changes tack to outpace China – FT

- Shell plans $100bn investment drive – FT

- Bumper bonuses are back at Shell – The Times

- Beleaguered BP could make a tempting target for Shell – The Telegraph

- Tullow proceeds with Lake Albert project – FT

- A nation’s fortune changes as oilmen strike it rich – The Times

- Topaz poised for $1.7bn IPO – FT

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