Energy headlines: UN intervenes in Libya

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- Security Council votes for no-fly zone – FT

- Oil jumps as UN backs bombing raids in Libya – The Telegraph

- BP’s contracts in Libya ‘still valid’ despite turmoil – The Telegraph

- Japan nuclear crisis appears to stabilise – FT

- Fukushima workers labour to avoid catastrophe – The Guardian

- Exposed to the elements: nuclear fuel in meltdown – The Telegraph

- Nuclear spring turns into a harsh winter – FT

- Japan’s crisis hurts uranium miners – The Times

- Future looks bleak for Tepco – FT

- Japan utilities shelve more nuclear power projects – Argus

- Nuclear liability to fall on Japan’s taxpayers – WSJ

- GE works to limit impact as investors fear financial losses – FT

- EDF orders safety checks on British nuclear plants – The Times

- Obama seeks safety review of US nuclear plants – Argus

- Entergy to review safety at New York nuclear plant – WSJ

- US affirms nuclear loan guarantees – NY Times Green blog

- Germany’s nuclear policy fault lines – FT

- Japan set to reignite demand for King Coal – FT

- Price of gas hits five-week high – The Times

- PetroChina plans to add gas assets as quake boosts demand – Bloomberg

- Oil industry sets up offshore safety body – FT

- Ofgem sets out new price review regime – WSJ

- European emissions trading: the cap does not fit – The Guardian

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