Energy headlines: Iraq set to miss output goals

- Iraq set to miss output goals – FT

- BP in last-ditch bid to save Arctic ambition – FT

- Shell poised to get Alaska permits – WSJ

- Oil groups get one-year lease extension – FT

- Obama says he will lift US oil output – WSJ

- Second largest US refinery under flood threat – Bloomberg

- Oil price helps Petrobras profits rise 42% – FT

- Total and ExxonMobil sign Polish shale deal – Argus

- Cores damaged at three reactors – WSJ

- Markets fret over Japan rescue plan – WSJ

- Electricity market plans under fire from MPs – FT

- Electricity reforms may hide nuclear subsidy – The Telegraph

- Government report reveals fear of sudden rise in oil prices – The Times

- David Cameron could score points from carbon budget row – The Guardian

- Hydropower’s resurgence and the controversy around it – NY Times

- Rome’s emperor of energy – FT

- Whitehaven Coal ends sale process after bids fall short – Argus

- Solar plane makes maiden international flight – Reuters

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