Energy & Industry

Washington’s Swinomish sue to halt Bakken oil trains
Washington’s Swinomish sue to halt Bakken oil trains
Many communities fight transport of crude oil through their towns; some find legal footing to succeed.
Drilling Chaco: What's actually at stake
Drilling Chaco: What's actually at stake
It's the archaeological landscape beyond New Mexico's Chaco Canyon that is most threatened.
Forest Service sticks up for coal mining on roadless lands
Forest Service sticks up for coal mining on roadless lands
The agency will calculate climate impacts of mine expansions in western Colorado.
Bad Omens for Arch Coal
Despite regulatory setbacks, the company strikes a new deal.
New hope for old mines
Biochar may offer clean-up solution
Proposed Colorado uranium mill gets key state go-ahead
Long-dormant industry could rise again
Extracting the West
Megaloads, mining, and more
Not in my backyard?
Uranium skepticism could be warranted in Colorado
High Country Views, Big solar marches on
High Country Views, Big solar marches on
Cally Carswell talks with HCN contributing editor Judith Lewis about the muscle the feds are putting behind solar energy development on public land.
In the zones
BLM's solar energy study disappoints environmentalists
Oil and Water Don't Mix with California Agriculture
Oil and Water Don't Mix with California Agriculture
In Kern County, Calif., the oil industry shares land and water with fruit-growers and farmers -- not always comfortably.
Compromise in the Wyoming Range
Sportsmen convince energy company to strengthen environmental protections by promising to support development
Hope for a cleaner energy future
Activist examines past accomplishments and work to come