Energy in moderation at RNC

By Eric Wolff, with help from Annie Snider and Kalina Oroschakoff, Politico.

DONALD TRUMP PARTY STARTS TONIGHT, BUT LITTLE FOCUS ON ENERGY: The Republican Party's four-day coronation of Donald Trump as its presidential nominee begins tonight, and the lineup looks like it will give only a modest nod to energy and environment issues. Each night will have a theme: "Make American Safe Again" on Monday, "Make America Work Again" on Tuesday, "Make America First Again" on Wednesday, and "Make America One Again" on Thursday. Of those, Tuesday seems like the best candidate to touch on energy issues.

The schedule released Sunday separated the speakers into "headliners" and everyone else. Bakken oil magnate Harold Hamm, who is the CEO and chairman of Continental Resources, appeared on the "everyone" else list and is the most prominent member of the energy industry on the list. He was a major influence on Trump's May energy speech in North Dakota, along with Rep. Kevin Cramer, though Cramer's name isn't listed among the convention speakers.