Energy News for June 27, 2016

  • by BPC Staff
  • on June 27, 2016


Morning Consult: The Coming Week: Senate to Vote on Zika, Puerto Rico in Brexit’s Wake

The Hill: Court Delays Challenge to Obama Carbon Rule

Washington Examiner: GOP to Grill EPA on Enforcement

E&E: Chevron Language Trickles Down to Enviro Cases

New York Times: Battered by Storms, West Virginia Struggles to Recover

Washington Examiner: Energy Dept. Watches Movies, Sports to Improve Energy Efficiency

Bloomberg News: Pound Slumps, Banks Tumble on Brexit Fallout; Bonds Extend Gains

Oil & Natural Gas

The Canadian Press: TransCanada Files $15 Billion NAFTA Claim for Keystone XL Rejection

Washington Examiner: Obama Looks to Appeal Judge’s Rejection of Fracking Rules

E&E: Trump Jr. Calls BLM Drilling Regs ‘Reasonable’

New York Times: American Drivers Regain Appetite for Gas Guzzlers

Wall Street Journal: U.S. Oil Companies Crank Up Production in Gulf of Mexico

Washington Examiner: NOAA Efforts to Protect Dolphins Threaten to Hurt Gulf Drilling

Reuters: Oil Prices Steady After Brexit Vote, But Refined Products Glut Looms

Utilities & Infrastructure

Wall Street Journal: Williams Cos. Fights to Save Deal With Energy Transfer

Wall Street Journal: Energy Transfer Can Escape Williams Takeover, Judge Rules

Sacramento Bee: Folsom’s California ISO Leading Push for Distributed Energy Resources


Washington Examiner: Senators Urge EPA to Strengthen Ethanol Standard

Virginian-Pilot: As Trial Over Coal Ash Lawsuit Wanes, Judge Says Potential Cost of Removing the Ash Worries Him


Associated Press: Coal Terminal Plan Pits Jobs Against Environmental Concerns


The Tribune: Nuclear Plant Shutdown in Illinois Could Offer Lessons for SLO County