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Elsewhere this Wednesday:
- Rewarding results: how should we support the development of renewables?
- Iran and the Philippines: Mixing oil with bananas
- Fresh capital in the uranium fuel race
- Mafia cash in on EU wind farm handouts Read more

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- BP takes some blame in Gulf disaster – WSJ
- Australian government prepared to adjust mining tax – Reuters
- Dana pitch for higher KNOC offer falters – FT
- MPs warned on deep sea drilling ban – FT
- UK wind power hits record generation output – Reuters
- Crude oil caught in a ‘stalemate’ between $70 and $75 – Bloomberg Read more

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Elsewhere this Tuesday:
- Taming the Arctic: How to govern the spoils of climate change
- Turkey joins Europe, electrically speaking
- Asian shale investors want more
- Mexican drug cartels crippling Pemex operations in basin
- But there’s booty in a Salvadoran oil drum Read more

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- Oil tycoon says PWC caved to pressure – WSJ
- Suzlon turns to emerging markets growth – FT
- Transneft risks downgrade on sale as bonds decline – Bloomberg
- BHP needs to strike balance on Potash price – FT
- UN agency says Iran is impeding inspections – WSJ
- Brazil stakes future on $75bn Petrobras offer – FT
- New Delhi looks to energy stake sales – FT
- Brazil extends sovereignty for oil drilling before UN approval – Bloomberg
- German groups agree €30bn nuclear deal – FT
- Merkel confident on nuclear plan despite opposition – Reuters Read more

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Elsewhere this Monday:
- A voice from the next offshore oil frontier
- Saudi Arabia’s legal paradox detering investors
- Do you “go with the flow” or “stock up just in case”?
- GDF-Suez’s Mestrallet gaining scale and flexibility in natural Gas
- Coal a ‘driving factor’ in US Senate race Read more

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- Rosneft appoints technocrat president – FT
- India’s Reliance not finished with shale buys, say bankers – Reuters
- BP revives bid to sell Alaskan assets – FT
- Blair warns on Iran’s nuclear program – WSJ
- BP brings failed blowout preventer to surface for tests – Bloomberg
- National Grid chairman to step down – FT
- Flexitricity aims to bolster power grid – FT
- Jubilant Energy to raise exploration cash – FT Read more

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Elsewhere this Friday:
- China sustains blunt ‘you first’ message on CO2
- Facebook loses friends over coal power
- Inuit Circumpolar Council: “We are tired of being told by Greenpeace what to do and what not to do”
- German military study warns of potential energy crisis
- Heat, not smart meters, hiked bills in California, report saysa Read more

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- Oil rig explodes in Gulf of Mexico – FT
- Aviva hangs on but Spice heads for Cinven – FT
- Mariner blast may extend deep-water drilling ban – Bloomberg
- Statoil paves way for IPO of filling stations – FT
- Dozens of fires occur in gulf of Mexico each year, data show – WSJ
- BP tells US regulator of oil spill lessons – FT
- BP says limits on drilling imperil oil spill payouts – NYT
- Kosmos considers $5bn listing in UK or US – FT
- German coal imports to rise despite green lobbying – Reuters
- Petrobras looks to raise $25bn with share issue – FT Read more

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If you thought a deal worth $39bn would satisfy even the most acquisition-happy chief exec, you’d probably be wrong in the case of Marius Kloppers. BHP Billiton’s chief exec is throught to be looking at a major oil and gas acquisition at the same time as working on the multi-billion deal to buy Canada’s Potash Corp, according to a story in The Australian on Thursday. Read more

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Elsewhere this Thursday:
- Fresh air for sale in Hong Kong
- Shale’s footprint: Another dead issue?
- Iowa: The Saudi Arabia of ethanol
- Pedal power takes off as exercise produces electricity
- Jatropha: A new form of energy Read more