Daily Archives: March 29, 2011

Kiran Stacey

As Italy becomes the latest European government to consider changing its solar subsidies, ministers should pay attention to today’s report into green investment from the Pew Environment Group. Read more

BP is rightly coming under growing shareholder pressure to explain what it is doing with its stalled Rosneft deal – or get out of the increasingly controversial $16bn-plus project. Read more

Kiran Stacey

Jeffrey Immelt just can’t stop buying. Today, he announced GE would pay $3.2bn for 90 per cent of Converteam, the French business that used to be Alstom Power Generation. Read more

FT Energy Source

- Libyan rebels may be able to profit from oil sales – FT
- Libyan rebels aim to revive oil exports – NY Times
- Qatar provides fuel lifeline for rebel-held towns – FT
- Radioactive flood in Japanese reactor tunnels – FT
- Japanese soil contains plutonium, say officials – The Guardian
- Tepco chief spent week secluded in office – FT
- Gas ship rates may rise 67% as Japan replaces nuclear – Bloomberg
- Standard Life tells BP to drop Rosneft swap – The Telegraph
- Bob Dudley risks being left out in the cold – The Telegraph
- Chinese to drive energy M&A – FT
- China industry ordered to cut CO2 intensity by 18% – Reuters
- Private investment in clean energy plunges – FT
- Berlin shifts stance on nuclear power – FT
- British nuclear industry ‘needs overhaul’ – The Guardian
- EDF asks Edison CEO to step down – WSJ
- Lamprell surges on need for robust rigs – FT
- Business big shot: Nigel McCue of Lamprell – The Times
- Bowleven looks to Cameroon prospects – FT
- BG to export oil from Brazil – Bloomberg
- Delta Air Lines shifts fuel hedges out of US benchmark – FT
- European Commission targets cut in transport emissions – Argus Read more