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IN TODAY'S <i>Energy Briefs</i>: Woodside holds nerve on OSH; RGN-1 timing confirmed; China's oil hunger grows; BP settlement immanent; US rig count his five-year low; Dolphin shoots; RAN calls on leasing end; OPEC regaining market share; India announced climate plan; NextEra CEO tips battery growth; Catholics blockade Crestwood; Ethiopia exports planned; ExxonMobil fined

Woodside Petroleum Woodside boss Peter Coleman has confirmed that he won't increase or sweeten his firm's $11.6 billion takeover offer for PNG-focused Oil Search. Coleman told Fairfax media yesterday...

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