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Coalition and EDF close on nuclear deal

Source: Financial Times, 30th May 2013

The two sides have reached ‘consensus’ that a contract for the plant’s power will last for 35 years, according to a person familiar with the talks

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US coal chokes on Patriot ruling

Source: Financial Times, 30th May 2013

Company is now free to modify its agreement with retirees of the United Mine Workers of America union to reduce $1.6bn of healthcare liabilities

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Opec set to roll over oil production target

Source: Financial Times, 30th May 2013

Opec often surprises with last minute opinion changes, but delegates say ministers are poised to keep its official production at 30m barrels a day

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Opec to roll over oil production target

Source: Financial Times, 30th May 2013

Opec has a long history of surprising the market with last minute changes in opinion, but delegates said ministers had all but decided to keep its official production at 30m barrels a day

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Iraq at centre of internal Opec debates

Source: Financial Times, 30th May 2013

Oil cartel focuses on Baghdad’s inclusion into the output quota system as well as its influence over who will be the next secretary-general

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Total pays penalty to settle bribes charge

Source: Financial Times, 29th May 2013

US justice department agrees not to prosecute Total for violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. In exchange, the company is to pay a $245m penalty

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US shale output boost ‘temporary’

Source: Financial Times, 29th May 2013

Output from shale oil wells is initially prolific, but production declines rapidly, so maintaining output needs new wells to be drilled, requiring a high oil price

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US shale output boost temporary, trader warns

Source: Financial Times, 29th May 2013

Output from shale oil wells is initially prolific, but production declines rapidly, so maintaining output needs new wells to be drilled, requiring a high oil price

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Gulf Keystone to split chairman’s role

Source: Financial Times, 29th May 2013

Kurdistan-focused oil explorer to overhaul corporate governance before applying to move from Aim to a premium listing on the London Stock Exchange

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Costs rise for ‘technological barrels’ of oil

Source: Financial Times, 29th May 2013

New technologies such as fracking in the US shale industry are boosting crude oil supplies – but these ‘technological barrels’ are flowing at a high cost

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