Energy

Fatal Home Explosion In Colorado Reignites Setback Debate

Posted by Dan Boyce, Jordan Wirfs-Brock on

A fatal home explosion in northern Colorado is prompting a lot of questions in the state about how oil and gas wells are regulated, and how close to old wells new homes should be built.

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Timeline: The Long Road To #NoDAPL

Last Updated by Amy Sisk on

The Dakota Access Pipeline caught the world's attention in August 2016, when Native Americans and allies from across the world flocked to a remote grassy field to protest the 1,200-mile project.

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Wage Theft Lawsuits Against Oil & Gas Companies Rise as Industry Struggles

Last Updated by Dan Boyce on

Oilfield bankruptcies of companies large and small have been surging as prices remain at their lowest levels in a decade or more. This has coincided with a rise of class action lawsuits by industry workers claiming wage theft by their employers.

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Energy explained: Where does it come from and how much do we use?

Last Updated by Inside Energy, Jordan Wirfs-Brock on

Our energy use - in the U.S. and worldwide - has changed in the past 15 years.

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What's next for energy research under new administration?

Posted by Stephanie Joyce, Inside Energy on

Presidents do have considerable sway when it comes to directing federal research priorities. George W. Bush directed research money away from renewables for the Freedom Car.

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Coal country anticipates 2017

Last Updated by Leigh Paterson, Inside Energy on

Statements by Donald Trump give hope to communities affected by 8-year decline in coal market.

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The Collapse of Coal: A Video Documentary

Last Updated by Rebecca Jacobson on

Inside Energy and The Allegheny Front teamed up to look at how the American coal industry is dealing with the latest crisis.

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Residents and workers in US coal country hope for change when Donald Trump takes office

Posted by RMPBS News Staff, Inside Energy on

The Clean Power Plan is meant to move the nation away from burning coal, adding to air pollution and greenhouse gases. His supporters hope Trump will overturn the regulation. But then there's the shrinking demand for coal, in a market with cheap natural gas.

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Our Food Processed Future: The Rising Energy Costs Of Convenience

Last Updated by Leigh Paterson on

To learn how energy inputs into homemade and processed foods stack up, I baked a Mile High Apple pie with Chef Kathy Guler.

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Feasting On Fuel: Renewables On America’s Farms

Last Updated by Grant Gerlock on

As part of our series Feasting On Fuel, Grant Gerlock of Harvest Public Media looks at farmers who are turning to renewables to lessen their reliance on fossil fuels.

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Inside Energy

Tensions over what to do with National Monuments on full display in MT

The Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument includes important Native American sites, Old West settlements...

After Home Explosion, Who Wants To Live On Twilight Ave?

A home went up in flames in April on Twilight Avenue north of Denver, killing two people. Now, the investigation...

Coal States Try New Ideas To Turn Carbon Into Cash

As coal continues to lose out to natural gas and renewables, the industry is banking on research into new...

IE Questions: Where Does Fracking Water Go?

You asked? We answered! Lisa Gardiner of the UCAR Center for Science Education and AirWaterGas helped us answer an...

Tribes Win Key Victory In Suit Over Dakota Access Pipeline

After a year of protests and controversy, oil began flowing through the 1,200-mile Dakota Access pipeline earlier this month. But the pipeline’s ultimate fate is now...

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