US Senate resumes energy debate in July

The Senate will resume consideration of a comprehensive energy bill immediately after its July 4 recess, Senate Republican leaders said. The House passed a measure in April but a Senate version so far has been elusive. Nevetheless there is a reasonable chance the Senate will pass its own measure, lobbyists say, although several contentious issues remain unresolved.If the closely divided Senate is able to reach consensus, a conference between the House and Senate to reconcile their differences might happen in late summer or in early fall, according to congressional sources and industry lobbyists. Republican leaders last week won an important battle when they got lawmakers to agree on limit...

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