The president of the Colorado Mining Association is “feeling confident that we’ve reached stability in terms of the six remaining mines in Colorado.”
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A year into his tenure, Secretary Ryan Zinke has emerged as the point person for the administration's goal of American "energy dominance."
Marijuana’s share of Denver's energy pie is “growing overall at a much faster rate than the overall energy use in the city.”
Energy producers are responding to prices.
The regulations set requirements for installing, testing and shutting down flowlines, which carry oil and gas from wells to nearby equipment.
Interior had previously announced it was delaying the Obama-era rule until January 2019, arguing that it was overly burdensome to industry.
About 90 percent of the Colorado River's water comes from snowmelt in the Upper Colorado River Basin, a large swath of Colorado, Utah and Wyoming.
Colorado ranks ninth nationally for solar jobs, according to a census by The Solar Foundation.
The permits, available only online through Recreation.gov on a first-come, first-served basis, will be required year-round.
More than 70 million people in the Indian state of Bihar live with unreliable electricity, or none at all. Manoj Sinha's Husk Power Systems offers a solution.
The plaintiffs want state regulators to require energy companies to show they would not harm human health or the environment before drilling.
At the massive show, industry insiders are discussing how to push forward the activism borne out of the Bears Ears fight.