Daily Archives: May 24, 2011

Having been proven right about their prediction of a rather substantial correction in commodities earlier this month, Goldman Sachs is now out with a new view.
A bullish view. Read more

Among the hardscrabble nations of Central America, renewable energy involves no high-falutin’ principles. It is an essential weapon in a battle for survival as well as a hope for prosperity in some of the frailest economies of the Americas. Read more

FT Energy Source

- Risk aversion takes toll on oil – FT
- Oil rises after Goldman raises forecast – Bloomberg
- Ahmadinejad will not attend Opec – Argus
- BP-Rosneft deal ‘dead’ for now – WSJ
- Talks between BP and Rosneft continue – The Telegraph
- Tullow buys Dutch North Sea fields – WSJ
- Shell rapped over North Sea incident – The Telegraph
- MPs back shale gas drilling – FT
- Clegg unveils Green Investment Bank – The Guardian
- Rottgen sees rewards in non-nuclear policy – FT
- Merkel warned nuclear shutdown may mean blackouts – The Guardian
- California carbon market on ice – Reuters
- Gauge agreed for biofuel effects on world – FT
- Cairn resumes Greenland oil drilling – WSJ
- Mitie lifts pay-out as energy costs soar – FT Read more