Daily Archives: April 19, 2011

Kiran Stacey

Oil production at the Sarir and Misla oilfields could restart within weeks, the Libyan National Transition Council has said. Read more

Kiran Stacey

The group of UK solar companies behind the campaign against the reduction of the feed-in tariff for larger projects has asked the courts to quash the government’s review altogether. Read more

FT Energy Source

Sheila McNulty

What a difference a year makes….or does it? Certainly activity in the Gulf of Mexico remains slow following the Macondo disaster. But it is moving again. And, despite all the talk about how the US risked driving away the industry by tightening up processes and procedures, just about everyone is still here.
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FT Energy Source

- North African unrest weighs on Halliburton – FT
- Gulf disaster spares Halliburton – WSJ
- Memos expose link between oil firms and Iraq invasion – The Independent
- Tullow sues Heritage over Uganda tax bill – FT
- BP comeback is sidetracked in Arctic – WSJ
- Desire to abandon Falklands well – FT
- Desire plunges after sixth oil well comes up dry – The Telegraph
- Brazil’s OGX hit by reserve estimate – WSJ
- Fuel subsidies drag on emerging economies – FT
- Sinopec halts fuel exports on shortage – Bloomberg
- Sinopec said to seek $3.8bn in loans – Bloomberg
- Japan bars officials from utility jobs – FT
- Aveva ‘unaffected’ by Japanese crisis – The Telegraph
- The nuclear industry’s trillion dollar question – Reuters
- Questions raised on purchases of Tepco shares – NY Times
- US greenhouse gases drop to 15-year low – FT
- US offers loan aid for world’s biggest solar plant – Reuters
- California steps out on bold green venture – FT
- Budget fight hurts US climate effort – NY Times
- Obama’s green credentials tarnished – FT
- UK’s first local power station looks for investment – The Guardian
- Cornell gas study stirs heated debate – NY Times Green blog
- Big guns vie to tap Azeri gas riches – FT Read more