Energy headlines: Threat of long Libya war stokes oil fears

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- 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

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