News bites: Carbon tax chic, Feds suspend JP Morgan, and more

The Associated Press reports that climate change is “suddenly a hot topic again” amid new attention to carbon tax proposals.

Bloomberg looks at Exxon’s role in the carbon tax debate.

The Washington Post explores the shale gas boom.

Federal electricity regulators hit JPMorgan Chase’s energy trading unit with a six-month suspension from some activities, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Israel’s attack on the Gaza Strip sent oil prices upward, Bloomberg reports.