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.
Not good news for the locals
Not good news for the locals
Afghanis might learn from history what happens to people who live above valuable minerals.
Representatives ask Obama to examine impacts of tar sands pipeline
Climate, land, tribal impacts key concerns
Shades of hope for uranium's forgotten victims
Shades of hope for uranium's forgotten victims
A proposed bill expands compensation for sick workers.
Natural gas comes on strong
But I don't give out my number to fossil fuels
He who buys the most names wins
Nevada mining tax initiative fails to gather enough $2-a piece votes.
High Country Views, episode 7
High Country Views, episode 7
Rachel Waldholz, Sarah Gilman and Cally Carswell talk fracking and onshore oil and gas drilling.
Drilling on the green
Drilling on the green
Residents of Battlement Mesa react to gas drilling in their community.
A Culture of Failure
Communities succeed where regulators fail
Colin Peterson, the 2012 Farm Bill and the environment
Powerful Congressman excludes enviros from initial hearings
Gulf tragedy highlights need for Native renewables
Tribes can point the way to a new energy economy.