Daily Archives: March 30, 2011

With Brent Crude at $115 a barrel, it is little surprise to see the International Energy Agency talking in terms of oil remaining at $100 for 2011. And if it does, the organisation expects OPEC members to generate over $1,000bn in export revenues for the first time, as the FT reported on Wednesday. Read more

Kiran Stacey

The tension between oil companies and George Osborne surrounding North Sea oil taxes has erupted into war.  Read more

FT Energy Source

- Opec set for $1,000bn in export revenues – FT
- Gulf of Mexico lawsuit fears hit BP – The Telegraph
- BP could be charged with manslaughter – The Times
- BP faces revolt on £8m Hayard pay – The Telegraph
- The politics of oil: Wells of anxiety – FT
- Covering Libyan oil eats into Saudi capacity – FT
- Warning on oil price threat to the UK – FT
- Oil companies go to war with Osborne – The Times
- Statoil takes on Osborne over $10bn North Sea projects – FT
- Cnooc, Total sign agreements to buy Tullow Ugandan assets – Bloomberg
- Tepco shares slide amid nationalisation fears – FT
- Japan to scrap stricken reactors – BBC
- Science chief backs nuclear renewal – FT
- UK has £10bn chance to reuse spent nuclear fuel – WSJ
- Germany’s nuclear tensions erupt – FT
- Berlusconi in power policy rethink – FT
- EDF in corporate row with Italy – FT
- GE steps up drive on energy with $3.2bn deal – FT
- GE Converteam buy to boost UK wind industry – The Telegraph
- GE plugged into demand – FT Lex
- Proposal to gut DOE loan guarantee programme – WSJ
- California passes higher clean energy goal – Reuters
- Spain regulator halts subsidies to 350 solar plants – Reuters
- Lithuania focuses on breaking Russia’s grip – FT Read more