Energy & Industry

Should oil pipelines be better regulated instead of flat out opposed?
Should oil pipelines be better regulated instead of flat out opposed?
Conversation with an author of a new book on pipeline rust, regulation and safety.
How an international trade deal will impact Western states
How an international trade deal will impact Western states
The Trans-Pacific Partnership could mean more beef imports and natural gas exports.
Interior considers hike in oil and gas royalty rates
Interior considers hike in oil and gas royalty rates
Industry opposes reforms at a time when low oil prices deter drilling.
Time is running out for the Grand Canyon
Uranium mining moratorium ends soon
Rare earth deposits in the West
Jobs vs. the environment?
A solar panel factory in Phoenix seems like (mostly) good news.
On Navajo Nation, Power Authority slips away
Layoffs at the DPA, and pleas for federal incentives
LEDs ought to be leading the way
LEDs ought to be leading the way
Forward-thinking towns and cities are lighting their streets with LEDs -- light-emitting diodes -- that save both energy and money.
Using Japan to discuss energy at home
A Phoenix resident muses on nuclear and renewables
Agriculture by the numbers
USDA’s Census of Agriculture provides key data and insights
Organic farmers prepare to ward off genetic trespassers
Growers gear up to prevent pollen drift from modified seeds
BLM stays course in Wyoming gas patch despite mule deer decline
BLM stays course in Wyoming gas patch despite mule deer decline
Mule deer on Wyoming's Pinedale Anticline are struggling, and the BLM's adaptive management plan has done nothing to help.
Strawberry scrutiny
EPA takes comments on much-vexed pesticide