Energy & Industry

Utah burn ban ignites outrage over ‘basic freedoms’
Utah burn ban ignites outrage over ‘basic freedoms’
The right to burn versus the right to breathe.
Another Yellowstone River oil spill
Another Yellowstone River oil spill
Pipeline safety regulation hasn't changed much since the last spill.
Livin' on the dredge: Army Corps mucks out the Snake
Livin' on the dredge: Army Corps mucks out the Snake
Do the benefits of barge traffic outweigh the cost of dams?
Busted in Rio Blanco
Busted in Rio Blanco
Rio Blanco County, Colo., which was just recently buzzing with oil and gas development, now faces an unexpected slowdown as the national economy tanks.
Chill, baby, chill
Chill, baby, chill
The largest drilling boom in Western history is ending as new technologies make it easier to get shale gas from other parts of the country.
Camelina, Montana's wonder crop?
It could provide jet fuel, cattle feed, and antioxidants -- and it doesn't need much water.
Coming to blows
Coming to blows
Tribal infighting is delaying a wind farm planned for Gray Mountain on the Navajo Reservation.
Single-celled solar
Scientists are using diatoms to capture sunlight.
Interior Secretary Salazar is on the right track
Interior Secretary Salazar is on the right track
Ken Salazar, the new secretary of the Interior, supports renewable energy and is willing to stand up to the powerful oil and gas industry.
spam...
...and SPAM!
James Herriot, we need you
Large-animal vets are in critically short supply.
Fire from the faucet
Colo. residents find methane in their kitchen sinks.
Shale tests the waters
Upper Colorado claim draws out the stakeholders.