The arrival of the executive order is a good time to take stock of Trump's environmental and energy push after two busy months.
Before today, Trump had killed an Interior Department regulation on coal mining waste, approved the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, signaled he'll ease auto mileage rules, and called for faster infrastructure permitting overall.
So two months into his presidency, how much impact is he having? Easing environmental protections can affect how industry operates, but not necessarily how much it operates. Fossil fuel production is pretty resilient to policy shifts unless they really mess with the underlying market fundamentals. I've got a story over on the Axios stream that explores why rolling back regulations can nudge energy markets but probably can't fundamentally alter them. Check it out here.