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China suspends approval of nuclear plants

The revival of the global nuclear industry has suffered a major setback after China, the biggest builder of reactors worldwide, suspended approval of new nuclear plants. (Via Financial Time$)  More »

Shell plans $100B investment push

Oil group sets out an ambitious new growth target, raising its production forecast for oil for 2014, and says oil output will be 12 percent higher in 2014 than in 2010. (Via Financial Time$)  More »

Tangled OPEC web adds to oil price confusion

Complex internal politics undermines the cartel’s ability to react quickly to crises – even if it wanted to. (Via Financial Time$)  More »

The oil sector: supermajor comeback

As oil prices rise, the market has seen more value in exploration and production, and oilfield service companies, but diversified oil supermajors may now be the safest bet. (Via Financial Time$)  More »

Exxon deal highlights oil reserves issue

The US group’s acquisition of XTO Energy accounted for 80 percent of the reserves it added in 2010, underlining the difficulty the industry is having in finding new sources of crude. (via Financial Time$)  More »

Setback for Polish privatisation plans – $

Poland’s government has suffered a big blow to its privatisation plans, following a decision by the country’s anti-monopoly regulator to block the 7.5bn zlotys ($2.6bn) sale of one state-owned power generator to another  More »

EPA revokes coal mining permit in West Virginia – $

The Obama administration’s chief environmental regulator has revoked a permit for one of the largest coal mining projects in the US in a move that threatened to stymie the improving relationship between the White House and big business  More »

EPA revokes coal mining permit in West Virginia – $

The Obama administration’s chief environmental regulator has revoked a permit for one of the largest coal mining projects in the US in a move that threatened to stymie the improving relationship between the White House and big business  More »

EPA revokes coal mining permit in West Virginia – $

The Obama administration’s chief environmental regulator has revoked a permit for one of the largest coal mining projects in the US in a move that threatened to stymie the improving relationship between the White House and big business  More »

EPA revokes coal mining permit in West Virginia – $

The Obama administration’s chief environmental regulator has revoked a permit for one of the largest coal mining projects in the US in a move that threatened to stymie the improving relationship between the White House and big business  More »

Azerbaijan backs gas pipeline for Europe – $

José Manuel Barroso hails Baku’s plan to send ‘substantial volumes’ of gas to the EU as a ‘major breakthrough’ that will potentially ease its reliance on Russia  More »

Azerbaijan backs gas pipeline for Europe – $

José Manuel Barroso hails Baku’s plan to send ‘substantial volumes’ of gas to the EU as a ‘major breakthrough’ that will potentially ease its reliance on Russia  More »

Azerbaijan backs gas pipeline for Europe – $

José Manuel Barroso hails Baku’s plan to send ‘substantial volumes’ of gas to the EU as a ‘major breakthrough’ that will potentially ease its reliance on Russia  More »

Azerbaijan backs gas pipeline for Europe – $

José Manuel Barroso hails Baku’s plan to send ‘substantial volumes’ of gas to the EU as a ‘major breakthrough’ that will potentially ease its reliance on Russia  More »

Azerbaijan backs gas pipeline for Europe – $

José Manuel Barroso hails Baku’s plan to send ‘substantial volumes’ of gas to the EU as a ‘major breakthrough’ that will potentially ease its reliance on Russia  More »
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