Energy & Industry

Supreme Court wrestles with air-pollution rule
Supreme Court wrestles with air-pollution rule
Should the EPA have considered how expensive the new regs would be for operators?
Dispatch from a gas patch shopping trip
Dispatch from a gas patch shopping trip
Reporters Notebook from New Mexico's San Juan Basin.
BLM seeks Congressional OK for new fees, private donations
BLM seeks Congressional OK for new fees, private donations
Agency woes range from too many wild horses to not enough drilling inspectors.
Coast Guard blames Shell for beached Arctic drill rig
The energy haves and have-nots
The energy haves and have-nots
Will rooftop solar owners get off the grid — and leave other power users in the dark?
KDNK Radio speaks with Judith Lewis Mernit
KDNK Radio speaks with Judith Lewis Mernit
California’s energy needs might mean development for small towns with big renewable resources.
The next energy boom to hit southeast Utah is “unconventional oil”
Locals resist a Bakkenization of the Beartooths
Locals resist a Bakkenization of the Beartooths
South-central Montanans oppose new drilling, forewarned by fracking’s impacts in other states.
Go West, clean megawatts
Go West, clean megawatts
Nevada stakes its renewable energy future on California.
Navajo Nation bets on coal
Navajo Nation bets on coal
A tribe digs into a dying industry.