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Li Tells Germany China Targets 7% Growth for Decade: Economy confronted by “huge challenges”

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang told German business leaders his country is confronted by “huge challenges” as it seeks 7 percent annual growth this decade, down from more than 10 percent in the previous 10 years.
China needs growth of about 7 percent to double per capita gross domestic… China, Commodities, Economy, Energy Industry, Europe, German business leaders, Germany

Billionaire Swedes See Lundin Petroleum AB (LUPE) Jump After Matching Apple: Energy

Lukas Lundin, investment manager for his billionaire Swedish family, said the oil stock bearing their name should double in value this decade after making its biggest North Sea discovery.
Lundin Petroleum AB (LUPE), which has almost matched Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s 50-fold gain since it began… Commodities, Energy Industry, energy markets, Europe, funds, Lundin Petroleum AB (LUPE), Matching Apple Energy, U.K. & Ireland

Oil-Tanker Crews Seen Quitting on 40-Year High in Losses managing director of the International Association of Independent Tanker Owners, or Intertanko.

Oil-tanker owners will struggle to retain crews and maintain ships after losing the most money in four decades, according to the industry’s biggest trade group.
The problems won’t ease any time soon because some vessel rates may take as long as four years to rebound, said Katharina Stanzel,… Energy Industry, energy markets, Europe, Independent Tanker Owners Intertanko, International Association, Katharina Stanzel, Losses managing director, Oil-Tanker Crews, Transportation

Oil-Fixing Probe Accelerates as EU Asks Traders for Help University of Houston’s Global Energy Management Institute,

The investigation into possible oil-price fixing gathered pace as trading houses from Glencore Xstrata Plc, the $70 billion mining firm, to Gunvor Group Ltd. were asked to provide information to European regulators.
Glencore Xstrata, Gunvor and Vitol Group, which aren’t under investigation,… Australia & New Zealand, Commodities, Eastern Europe, Energy, Energy Industry, energy markets, Europe, France, Germany, Italy, Law, Sustainability

Enron No Lesson for Traders as Price Manipulation Probed European Union regulators may discover energy traders never learned the lessons of the scandal.

Enron Corp.’s 2001 collapse revealed the extent of its manipulation of spot gas prices. Twelve years later, European Union regulators may discover energy traders never learned the lessons of the scandal.
BP Plc (BP/), Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA) and Platts were visited by EU… Commodities, discover energy, Eastern Europe, Energy, Energy Industry, energy markets, Enron No Lesson, Environment Law Canada, Europe, European Union regulators, Financial Advisers, France, Germany, India & Pakistan, Italy, JAPAN, Latin America, lessons of the scandal, Manipulation Probed, Sustainability, traders never learned, Traders Price, U.K. & Ireland, U.S.

Platts Retains Energy Trader Confidence Amid Price-Fix Probe world’s energy products, amid a European probe into market manipulation.

Traders are standing by Platts, the company that provides benchmark prices for much of the world’s energy products, amid a European probe into market manipulation.
A total of 34 out of 55 traders, brokers and analysts surveyed by Bloomberg News yesterday, or 62 percent, said the pricing… Canada, Commodities, Energy Industry, energy markets, Environment, Europe, Law, Middle East, Trader Survey, U.K. & Ireland, U.S., world’s energy products, Wrong Price

Shell Targeted With BP in EU Price Fixing Probe for Oil: Energy oil-price data collector owned by McGraw Hill Financial Inc (MHFI).

Three of Europe’s biggest oil explorers are among companies being questioned by European antitrust regulators about potential manipulation of prices in the $3.4 trillion-a-year global crude market.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA), BP Plc (BP\LN), Statoil ASA (STL) and Platts, the… Canada, Commodities, Eastern Europe, Energy Industry, energy markets, Environment, Europe, Italy, Latin America, Law, Sustainability, U.K. & Ireland

Cameron Says Oil, Mineral Companies Need Improved greater corporate and government transparency

U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron set his sights on oil, gas and mining companies in his drive for greater corporate and government transparency ahead of the summit of G-8 industrialized nations next month.
Cameron, who will chair the summit in Northern Ireland in June, singled out the… Energy Industry, energy markets, Europe, Sustainability Policy, U.K. & Ireland Commodities

North America Boasts 95% of Demand Response Projects demand does not exceed supply of electric power,

he concept of demand response, which aims to achieve stability on the electricity grid by ensuring that demand does not exceed supply of electric power, is far more developed in North America than the rest of the world, with almost 95 percent of such programs located in that region,… Asia Pacific, electric customers, Europe, Middle East & Africa, North America Projects, supply of electric power

Garbage as Energy Commodity? Industry Booms in Europe Pal Mikkelsen, mechanical engineer and managing director of Oslo’s waste-to-energy agency.

Oslo, Norway is known for many different characteristics; being Norway’s government capital, for one, along with being the economic hub for trade and home to over 1.4 million citizens.  One thing most people don’t know about Oslo however, is how much they really want your garbage.
“I’d… Biofuels, cogeneration, Energy and Economy, energy investment, Environment, Europe, Green Business, Renewables, Tech, waste to energy

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