News bites: IEA doesn't anticipate more emergency oil releases

The International Energy Agency doesn’t anticipate it will need to release more oil into the marketplace, The Wall Street Journal says.

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission unveiled much-anticipated new power-line regulations Thursday, The New York Times reports.

A Nuclear Regulatory Commission report doesn’t weigh in on whether a now-scuttled proposal to build a nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain is safe, The Associated Press reports.

The Japanese public is looking to private companies to check for radiation in their soil and food, according to Reuters.

The U.S. shale-gas boom could improve global energy security, the Houston Chronicle reports.