- O&G reserves rise despite decline in investment - Rigzone

- National Grid picks ex-Cadbury finance director - FT

- Iraq lifts oil reserves estimate, overtakes Iran - Bloomberg

- No carbon market boom without US - Reuters

- Goal looms for UN: ending ‘energy poverty’ - NY Times Green Blog

- World’s biggest solar project powers up in Canada - Reuters

- Barclays makes big bet on shale - WSJ

- Cancún failure would make climate talks ‘irrelevant’, EU negotiator warns - Guardian

- Climate chief urges nations to show deal can be done - Reuters

- Enel Green Power prepares €3bn IPO – WSJ

- Japan recycles minerals from used electronics - NY Times Green Blog

- EPA rejects petitions to reconsider danger of greenhouse gases

- Lessons from two important climate forecasts

- On our radar: BP writes off spill costs

- Fight gears up on biomass

- Li Ka-shing bids £5.8bn for UK utility - FT

- BP lawsuits over oil spill take center stage - Reuters

- KNOC set to complete bid package for Dana - FT

- ONGC profit falls 24 per cent, hit by discounting - WSJ

- State of the climate: hottest decade on record

- A push for action on renewables

- The emergence of localism

- Deepwater Oil Spill – the hundredth day

- Conoco to sell stake in Russia’s Lukoil - FT

- BP: removed storm plug from relief well at spill site - Dow Jones/Rigzone

- Indian mining faces development dilemma - FT

- Senate energy bill draws widespread criticism - Reuters

- Wind drives growing use of batteries - NY Times

- BG expects Brazil boost despite half-year earnings fall - FT

- Japan, China begin gas treaty talks – Argus

- Macondo relief well on schedule - Upstream

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- Reid: Renewable electricity mandate still lacks 60 votes

- House and senate roll out spill bills

- Tony we hardly knew ye

- On our radar: record heat in Moscow

- Dudley vows new BP safety culture - FT

- BP Reveals Comeback Plan - WSJ

- US scrambles emergency teams to new Gulf oil leak - Dow Jones/Rigzone

- BP’s blueprint for emerging from crisis - NY Times

- From ‘static kill’ to ‘bottom kill’: next steps in Gulf oil spill

- Feds lay out Macondo kill plan

- On our radar: climate bill post-mortem

- Unveiling the oil spill plan

- Smaller oil slicks harder to find. A good sign?

- BP’s Dudley faces daunting to-do list - WSJ

- BP breaks the mould to shape brighter future - FT

- Interactive graphic: Hayward at BP – FT

- Senate Democrats battling for viable energy bill - Reuters

- Road to new confidence at BP runs through US - NY Times

Bob Dudley, BP’s 54-year old Mississippi-raised managing director for the Americas and Asia, looks likely to take over from Tony Hayward as chief executive.

Mr Hayward lost the confidence of the US people and politicians after facing criticism for his handling of the explosion at the Deepwater Horizon rig and ensuing gusher, and his series of unfortunate public statements made matters worse.

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