Energy headlines: Opec set for $1,000bn in export revenues

- 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

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