Energy headlines: Shell in Russian talks

- Shell chief Voser in Russian talks – FT

- Shell talks leave BP in shadows – The Times

- BP should return to gulf within a year, says Oppenheimer – Argus

- Arcadia denies oil manipulation- FT

- Chevron chiefs face shareholders after $18bn Ecuador fine – The Guardian

- Resource stock lead global rebound – FT

- Cairn India profit soars – WSJ

- Iran says Opec will try to fill crude gap – FT

- China luring crude from US – Bloomberg

- Investors urged to note opportunities in Iraq – FT

- Exxon says fracking is safe – WSJ

- Investors demand clarity on shale gas – FT

- Chevron shareholders defeat proposal on fracking disclosure – WSJ

- Second largest gas field found in Turkmenistan – The Telegraph

- North Sea tax rise will cost £12bn, industry warns – FT

- Bill allows US military to use high-carbon ‘liquid coal’ – NY Times Green blog

- Wind forecast upgrade should mean drop in fossil fuel use – The Guardian

- Total extends offer for SunPower – Reuters

- UK nuclear plants to undergo EU stress tests – The Telegraph

- Swiss propose an end to nuclear power – FT

- Europe divided over nuclear power – The Guardian

- Japan PM vows to boost renewable energy – Reuters

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