While the strategy delivers returns to investors, a cascade of rate increases could lead to “a public backlash” a credit agency warns.
A new law requires the promising renewable energy to be produced in a “green” way. What’s the difference?
Denver-based PDC Energy’s share price sagged under concerns over increased regulation, but the company has received 1,000 drilling permits in the last 10 months
School of Mines will run tests for a regional hub to sequester greenhouse gases from the city’s big cement and power plants
Clean electrification mandates for big trucks come at a big cost, and new grants can defray company expenses
New national EPA rules show we’re ahead of the game. Here’s how we got there.
As the drought cut California’s hydropower production, the utilities in state scrambled to buy natural gas, driving up costs across the West
The 5-year court battle over mineral leases under 552 acres south of Longmont ended with one of Colorado’s biggest producers putting the Blue Paintbrush project on hold indefinitely
Officials say the former uranium mill site is still being maintained despite the company responsible for cleanup going insolvent
Penalties also require new equipment to stop emissions at gas-gathering sites in joint enforcement crackdown with state