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JLN Environmental/Energy: Energy industry gets the answers it wanted in CFTC’s swap definition; Stanford’s George Shultz on energy: It’s personal; EC approves UK carbon emissions trading platform Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In today’s edition, Platt’s reports “Energy industry gets the answers it wanted in CFTC’s swap definition.” Stanford’s George Shultz writes on energy: It’s personal. The New York Times offers “U.S. Fares Poorly in Efficiency Rankings.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: Clean coal tech is ready, but there’s a catch; Over a Barrel; Memo To Time Mag: Oil Will Not Get Cheap, World Will Not End Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition, Politico weighs in with “Clean coal tech is ready, but there’s a catch,” with Bloomberg reporting, “Shell Gets Conditional Alberta Approval for Carbon-Capture Plan.” Environmental Finance, meanwhile, offers “Water trading helped Australian economic recovery.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: Germany Sees ‘Intensive’ EU Carbon Talks in September, October; The world is abandoning emissions trading: Abbott; JPMorgan Probe Shows FERC Priority Policing Energy Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In today’s edition: Bloomberg reports “Germany Sees ‘Intensive’ EU Carbon Talks in September, October,” while The New York Times reports “Steep Fuel Prices Driving Push for Efficient Aircraft.” Chicago Tribune writes “Ill. EPA to rethink pollution permit for Downstate coal-to-gas plant.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: EU OKs 3 states to keep free CO2 permits; EU Carbon Price Increases Would Intensify Crisis, Poland Says; UN urges countries to impose global taxes to boost aid Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In today’s edition: Reuters reports “EU OKs 3 states to keep free CO2 permits,” while Bloomberg quotes Polish officials arguing that “EU Carbon Price Increases Would Intensify Crisis.” The Sydney Morning Herald, meanwhile, offers: US official says ETS remains ‘one option’

JLN Environmental/Energy: EU Must Avoid Short-Term CO2-Supply Fix, BusinessEurope Says; ICAO Carbon-Cut Plan Will Mask Emissions Output: Engineer; New agriculture offset protocol expands opportunities for farmers to participate in the carbon market Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition: Bloomberg covers: “EU Must Avoid Short-Term CO2-Supply Fix, BusinessEurope Says;” CNN’s  “Could Cheap Gas Save the Economy?” is one of several stories on current prices. The Wall Street Journal, meanwhile, offers “New Delhi Raises Power Tariffs.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: EPA Greenhouse-Gas Rules Upheld by U.S. Appeals Court; For Energy Producers, Natural Gas May Not Be the Only Source of a Glut; Interior Secretary Ken Salazar Says U.S. Needs Federal Fracking Rules Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In today’s edition, the appeals court ruling to uphold EPA greenhouse gas gets broad coverage, including from Bloomberg. Nat gas markets coverage includes this piece from The Wall Street Journal: “For Energy Producers, Natural Gas May Not Be the Only Source of a Glut.” And, The New York Times offers: “A Novel Way to Clean Wastewater.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: EEX spins off Gas Business into Own Company; Poland ready for gas exchange in Q4-regulator; Norway pledges $141 mln for Africa clean energy Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In today’s edition: EEX spins off Gas Business into Own Company, the exchange says. Reuters announces: “Poland ready for gas exchange in Q4-regulator.” And, “Norway pledges $141 mln for Africa clean energy,” according to Point Carbon.

JLN Environmental/Energy: Dreaming Up Whole New Carbon Markets; An Earth Summit Draws on Oil, Mining and Utility Largess; United States, Canada Announce Next Phase of U.S.-Canada Clean Energy Dialogue Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition: The New York Times reports on a renewable energy conference in “Dreaming Up Whole New Carbon Markets.” And, The Age reports “High-power panel to put emissions on target.” Grist.org offers: “In Rio, disappointment, discontent — and a few silver linings.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: Natural gas discoveries put E. Africa on world energy map; Climate change: S Africa in front line of global warming battle; Analysis: Brazil struggles to cash in on carbon credits Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In today’s edition: Natural gas discoveries put E. Africa on world energy map, says the AP; S Africa in front line of global warming battle, according to the Financial Times. Reuters, meanwhile, reports: Brazil struggles to cash in on carbon credits.