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The Alternative Agenda: Tony Hayward’s Out and What to Expect This Week in Green Energy [UPDATE]

Tony Hayward is out at BP. Bob Dudley is in. Obama is blamed for the climate bill’s failure. UK offshore wind needs access to billions in financing.

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The Alternative Agenda: BP, Exxon, Italian Solar and Solar By The Bay

BP Oil Spill: Progress In The Gulf All eyes will be on the Gulf this week, closely following BP’s latest attempt to squash the massive spill. The British oil company announced over the weekend that it would be installing a tighter cap over its busted well, which if successful, could finally capture all of the…

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The Week In Green Energy: �Plug The Damn hole!�

Week of May 24 – to – May 28, 2010 Eager to place a containment dome over a media cycle that was drawing uncomfortable parallels with the Bush White House�s�botched Katrina response, President Obama yesterday�held his first press conference in 10 months. During the hour-long media grilling, the President defended his administration’s and the federal…

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Venezuelan Natural Gas Rig Sinks in Gulf: Maybe This Should Give Us Pause

We have drastically underestimated the costs of drilling, both in monetary and environmental terms, as two recent rig sinkings show.

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Kerry-Lieberman American Power Act Released, Will It Pass?

Had it all gone according to plan it should have read the “Kerry-Lieberman-Graham American Power act.” But (for now)�Senator Graham (R-S.C.) will not attach his name to what could become a historic law. Nearly a year after a slim majority passed the House, American Energy and Security Act, the Senate will try to pass its…

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