The temporary restraining order issued Wednesday by a judge in Boise, Idaho, means the administration for now must fall back to more stringent rules adopted under former President Barack Obama
Potential for short-term health impacts from Colorado oil and gas drilling leads to calls for temporary halt in permitsBy John Frank Energy Primary category in which blog post is published
Scattering BLM will be good for policy, boss William Pendley says. Not with him at the helm, advocacy groups argue.By Mark Jaffe Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
More Colorado coal-fired power plants could be closing, but the timing depends on some complex dealsBy Mark Jaffe Energy Primary category in which blog post is published
As the sense of urgency increases, climate change has evolved into an issue that drives Democrats and independents to the polls
50 years ago a nuclear bomb was detonated under the Western Slope to release natural gas. Here’s how poorly it went.
The Rulison explosion was larger than the one that devastated Hiroshima. “They truly believed they could play God,” said a man who protested the experiment.
The EPA will hold a Friday hearing on whether to lower the ozone status of Denver and eight other northern Colorado counties from "moderate" to "serious"
Are Colorado’s oil and gas and recreation industries all that different? Economists say no — and we need to protect them both
Both industries have impacts on land and rural communities, but “we can coexist” in pursuit of economic diversity, say promoters of recreation and energy
Adams County becomes first to enact stricter local oil and gas regulations since passage of new state law
Commissioners adopt 1,000-foot residential setback rules, double the state’s mandate, in package of measures passed after 5 hours of public comment
Some major oil and gas companies have asked President Donald Trump to forgo the rollbacks, siding with environmentalists
The Colorado Oil and Gas Association’s annual Energy Summit this week in Denver shows the debate about Senate Bill 181’s tougher regulations is not over
Fearing Tri-State could duck clean-energy goals, Colorado utilities commission files unprecedented protest
For the first time in at least 25 years, state regulators move to stop a migration, saying the interstate power provider has too much unfinished business here