Chron Energy Newslinks | 10.28.09 | Round 1 of Senate climate talks, Chu backs more money for nuclear

Senate brawl over climate change legislation begins.

Chevron and Exxon would lose free emissions credits under plan being considered.

Senate climate bill reopens rift between coal, non-coal states.

United Nations signals a delay in climate change treaty.

Can markets save the rainforests?

Chu backs expanding nuclear power loan guarentees.

BP profit beats expections, exec predicts rising demand.

Valero posts third loss in four quarters.

Lawmakers fear hurdles to offshore drilling.

Saudi Aramco says huge Manifa field will come online in 2013.

$220 million in fed ‘smart grid’ funding to come to Houston.

Does “private” power line set the price bar too high for other wind transmission projects?

5 million tonnes of Qatari LNG bound for U.S. diverted to China.

Ukraine ‘won’t fight new Russia gas war’.

NYC’s uncertainty over Marcellus shale drilling.

Natural gas may have to wait a little longer, says Barclays.

75 families must move while Dow fixes Freeport pipeline.

When offshore oil goes horribly wrong.