Daily Archives: March 22, 2011

Kiran Stacey

Many thanks for all your questions for Francesco Starace, chief executive of Enel Green Power. His answers will appear on this site on Friday, March 25th.
Next week, the person in the hotseat will be Keith Parker, chief executive of the UK’s Nuclear Industry Association. Read more

Kiran Stacey

David Cameron may regret saying he wanted the coalition to be the “greenest government ever”. Not because he didn’t mean it, but because as ministers strive to keep to the tough spending allowances granted by the Treasury, it is an aim that seems to be slipping further and further away. Read more

Sheila McNulty

Ken Salazar, the US interior secretary, and Michael Bromwich, director of the US oceans regulator, held a press conference amid great fanfare on Monday to unveil that they had approved a plan by Shell for deepwater oil and gas exploration. Read more

FT Energy Source

You can follow live coverage of events in Libya here.
- Threat of drawn out war stokes oil fears – FT
- Shell to drill new Gulf of Mexico deepwater wells – The Telegraph
- Work continues to cool Japanese reactors – Argus
- Tepco to pay farmers for losses – FT
- Natural gas now viewed as safer bet – NY Times
- Japan nuclear crisis puts UK public off new plants – The Guardian
- UAE to review atomic energy plans – WSJ
- Australia weighs nuclear push after Japan crisis – Reuters
- Korea to buy stake in Anadarko oil-shale block for $1.5bn – Bloomberg
- Levy for carbon capture projects dropped – FT
- Green bank to get go-ahead on fundraising – FT
- Ofgem pushes fairer deal on power – FT
- Utilities escape OFT inquiry – The Telegraph
- Utilities take changes in their stride – FT
- Divisions over EU power strategy exposed – FT
- Rockhopper says Falklands oil find ‘commercially viable’ – The Telegraph
- REG blames lack of wind for losses – FT
- Shareholder sues Vestas in the US – Reuters
- Essar Energy falls on power delays as profits soar – The Telegraph Read more