Chess Entergy cuts FY 2010 profit view on charges

(Reuters) - Power company Entergy Corp cut its full-year 2010 profit outlook to account for potential charges related to its scrapped spin-off plan. Source


Chess Brazil Amazon dam creates headache for Lula

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazil's plan to build the world's third-largest hydroelectric dam in the Amazon is drawing scathing criticism from a rare combination of investors and environmentalists, creating a potential political headache for President Luiz Inacio L


Chess U.S. EPA tailoring rule may slip to May

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Energy Protection Agency may not issue rules determining which factories and power plants are subject to carbon regulations until May, the head of the agency said on Wednesday. Source


Chess France, Italy want EU to apply carbon tariffs

PARIS (Reuters) - France and Italy urged the European Union on Thursday to impose carbon tariffs on countries that are not part of a global agreement to curb greenhouse gases, an idea opposed by other EU members. French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Italian Prime M


Chess EU carbon at fresh 2010 high after auction

LONDON (Reuters) - European carbon emissions futures rose to a new 2010 high on Thursday after a Dutch carbon permit auction, traders said. Source


Chess Indonesia to revise forest CO2 revenue rules: official

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia will rewrite rules on how developers of forest preservation projects that earn valuable carbon credits must share their profits with the government and local communities, a finance ministry official said on Thursday. Source


Chess China shift to low-carbon model vital for future: U.N.

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - China should step up its drive to a low-carbon growth model to maintain economic development and preserve achievements that have made it the world's third largest economy, a United Nations report says. Source


Chess Bulgaria Ministries Report to PM Borisov over Debts

Ministers and finance experts have reported to Bulgaria PM Boyko Borisov over the amount their Ministries owe to companies that they have signed contracts with. The transcript of Wednesday's meeting between the Ministries and the PM were released Thursday. The Min


Chess Bulgaria’s FDI Down by 95% in January-February 2010

Bulgaria's foreign direct investments showed a staggering 95% drop in the first two months of 2010, year-on-year. According to preliminary data of the Bulgarian National Bank released Thursday, the net FDI in Bulgaria in January and February of 2010 was only EUR 2


Chess EC Grants EUR 20 M Aid to Bulgarian Farmers

The European Commission has approved aid "de minimis" for Bulgaria in 2010, for farms in the country, Agriculture Minister Miroslav Naydenov stated Thursday, Naydenov, speaking at the opening of the organic products exhibition "Green Days" in Sofia, said that the


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