Chron Energy Links: 05/29/08

A few of the energy related items on and elsewhere around the Web:
New ethanol plant bets on a better method than corn
Exxon Mobil leader keeps both hats
Lawyers for BP question injuries: plaintiffs didn’t complain until after seeing doctors, they say.
Dow’s price increases to hit household goods
Chevron takes heat on environment, human rights
Atmo.Sphere: a new Chron reader blog on the climate
NRG Energy expects quick resolution to Calpine merger offer: CEO
GE Energy, Schlumberger team up for clean coal technologies
Market does not need more OPEC oil: OPEC research head
Asian shipyards defaulting on delivery dates: shipping sources
The Geopolitics of $130 Oil
Environmental Defense Fund, on defense: Group airing ads in support of Climate Security Act
Understanding crude oil prices: That’s the title of my latest research paper.
State of Alaska Provides Details of Gas Line Analysis
Is the EU trying to scuttle renewables certificates?
Here are a few dumb reasons why hybrids are bad for us… sigh
Free 41-day ‘Visit’ to the North Pole in 44 Seconds
Drill here, drill now, pay less: Newt speaks.
One week left for Google’s “Why I Want to Drive a Plug-In” video contest