Energy headlines: Libyan rebels aim to start oil exports

- 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

 

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