Energy News for June 14, 2016

Washington Examiner: New Energy-Efficiency Standards for Battery Chargers Rolled Out

Morning Consult: Energy Bill Supporters Getting Nervous as Progress Stalls

The Hill: Chamber Pushes Senate on Energy Bill

E&E: Fight Over Riders Returns With Bicameral Interior-EPA Action

The Hill: Former Rep. Matheson to Take Reins of Energy Group

Bloomberg: German 10-Year Yields Below Zero as Pound Slides on Brexit Risk

The Hill: Senate Sends Pipeline Safety Bill to Obama

Wall Street Journal: OPEC Keeps Global Oil Demand Forecast Unchanged

Reuters: OPEC Points to Oil Demand Exceeding Its Production For First Time in Three Years

Casper Star Tribune: Energy Journal: Nat Gas Climbing, Coal Plunging and More

Wall Street Journal: The Bull Case for Natural Gas

Reuters: Oil Falls as Brexit Threat Rattles Markets

Reuters: Top Court Rejects Puerto Rico’s Bid to Revive Debt Restructuring Law

Bloomberg: Batteries Storing Power Seen as Big as Rooftop Solar in 12 Years

E&E: MISO Survey Sees Midwest Generation Deficit Possible by 2018

Bloomberg: Vivint Said to Seek $300 Million for Rooftop Solar Operations

Washington Examiner: Chamber Takes Aim at Wind Credit in Senate Hearing

Washington Examiner: Obama Mentor Racks Up At Least $435,000 Fighting Climate Rules

Power Magazine: Regulators Approve Plan to Close Four Minnesota Coal Units

US News & World Report: Security Firm That Employed Orlando Gunman Guards U.S. Nuclear Sites