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May Top Ten Players In Green Energy

1: Tony Hayward, BP CEO As any coach of a professional sports team knows, when your bosses publicly declare their support for you, the end is nigh. So it is with BP head Tony Hayward, who, a spokesman has averred, �has the full support of the board.� To be sure, Hayward has been dealt a…

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What To Expect This Week: BP, The Kerry Climate Bill

Tomorrow British oil and gas company BP is releasing its 2010 capital expenditure program. Expect company Chief Executive Officer Tony Hayward to reaffirm his company’s focus on its oil and gas business. Last quarter BP posted a fourth-quarter profit of $4.3 billion after losing $3.34 billion in the prior-year period. For the year, BP earned…

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GOP to Boycott Senate Climate Change Bill

Republicans on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee are not planing to participate in the markup of the Kerry – Boxer climate change bill, which Committee Chairman Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) had scheduled for Tuesday. Will this block the legislation?�Senate rule requires that at least two Republicans participate in the markup session, reports CQ Politics….

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Senator Grassley: Vote on Climate Change Bill Not Likely this Year

This just in from The Hill: Senator Chuck Grassley (R- Iowa) doubts a climate change will come for a vote by on the Senate floor this year. He tells Radio Iowa that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D- Nev.) has been downplaying the chances of Senate passage of a comprehensive climate change and energy bill….

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This week in green energy: ACES!

The week ended with passage by the House of Representatives of the American Clean Energy and Security Act (ACES), a historic vote that brings the U.S. a step closer to enacting a much awaited climate change law. The vote was tight — 219 to 212 — with 44 Democrats breaking party ranks and voting against…

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