Energy News for June 15, 2016

The Hill: Senate Spending Bill Trims EPA Spending, Blocks Regs

Morning Consult: Ryan’s Energy Policy Agenda Requires Republican White House

The Hill: Momentum Slows for Major Energy Bill

The Hill: Forest Service ‘Deeply Concerned’ About Minnesota Mining Project

Bloomberg: Stocks Rebound With Emerging Markets Before Fed; Pound Advances

Washington Examiner: Hatch: Obama Oil Tax is a Bad Deal

Wall Street Journal: Judge Approves Penn Virginia’s Restructuring Deal

Associated Press: New Data Will Help Colorado Study Health Effects of Fracking

Wall Street Journal: Natural Gas Rises on Demand Expectations

Morning Consult: Murkowski Says Pipelines Create Jobs, Build Economy

Wall Street Journal: Global Oil Markets to Balance Out, IEA Says

Reuters: Oil Slides for Fifth Day as Brexit and Inventory Builds Bite

Washington Examiner: Apple Wants to Sell You Electricity, Too

Bloomberg: Con Edison Bundles Rooftop Solar, Storage to Supply Grid Power

Morning Consult: Grassley: Lobbyists Employ ‘Double Standard’ on Energy Subsidies

Grist: Why Is This Liberal Congresswoman Spreading Anti-Solar Arguments?

Associated Press: America’s Retired Coal Miners Rally

Times Union: GE Trims Coal Costs, Cuts CO2 in Digital Power Plant System

Associated Press: Feds Announce $82 Million for Nuclear Energy Research

Morning Consult: First New Nuclear Reactor in Almost Two Decades Begins Operations