Sunday Papers

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Sunday Papers Energy Newslinks, 23 February 2014

    Frack backlash has Tory MPs quaking in boots North Sea shale gas Cameron warns Scottish independence would jeopardise North Sea oil Refinery crisis deepens as Welsh plant faces closure Roll up, roll up for electric Monopoly at 150mph   Cabinet’s warning to Scotland over North Sea oil Put investment and energy at heart … Continue reading

Sunday Papers Energy Newslinks, 16 February 2014

          Planning delays ‘hinder fracking’ Centrica woos BP boss for hot seat Plug us into Iceland, it will be cheaper than a nuclear plant Price cuts by energy suppliers ‘The government made us all wet’ and other myths of the flood This time, let’s learn from our mistakes Games a loser … Continue reading

Sunday Papers Energy Newslinks, 19 January 2014

Unholy row over church wind farm Rural lobby hosts shale debate At last the watchdogs are angry California dreaming? No, this is the real electric McCoy A Life in the Day: The lights will go out if we don’t go nuclear Pious anti-fracking councils are standing on shaky ground [Ireland] Nuclear waste site consultation was … Continue reading

Sunday Papers Energy Newslinks, 12 January 2014

Npower homes still hardest hit Directors’ Deals: Head of SSE grabs cheap energy deal Former Tory leader braves pirates for oil Britons pay more for wind farms Total’s shale deal could be worth six months of gas Flooding chaos is down to David Cameron, not climate change     Npower seems to be charging us … Continue reading