Energy headlines: Oil rallies as traders lick their wounds

- Biggest commodity hedge fund loses $400m in oil slide – FT

- Investors move back into risky assets – FT

- Analysts warn oil price will remain high – NY Times

- Goldman predicts commodities recovery – Bloomberg

- How shale gas will transform the markets – Nick Butler, FT

- Rivals RWE and Iberdrola hold merger talks – FT

- BP still has a deal to be done – The Telegraph

- Energy producers expect pressure over tax breaks – FT

- Moulton hires former BP chief for green energy fund – The Telegraph

- Texas City refinery restart efforts continue – WSJ

- Climate panel calls for two more reactors – FT

- Japanese nuclear operator rejects shutdown demand – WSJ

- Japan, US plan nuclear waste storage in Mongolia – Reuters

- Fukushima fails to dent UK nuclear support – FT

- US nuclear agency criticised for being too close to industry – NY Times

- Cameron under fire for poor green progress – The Guardian

- Climate change adviser warns of test for Cameron’s green credentials – The Guardian

- China leads push to go green – NY Times

- Petrobras ethanol target tripled – FT

- Demand for LNG flares worldwide – FT

- Total chief showing his Dunkirk spirit – WSJ

- Putanin backs Norilsk’s role in Rusal fight – FT

- Gulf Keystone rises on Kurdistan hope – FT

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