An obituary for coal at the Martin Drake Power Plant in Colorado Springs, by the numbers
Final burn of black carbon at the Colorado Springs Utility plant prompts a reckoning of its impact on the mechanical and environmental worlds.
Biden administration to appeal order blocking oil, gas lease pause
The moratorium was imposed after Biden signed executive orders on Jan. 27 to fight climate change
Opinion: Breckenridge isn’t fighting climate change alone
New state environmental laws give local efforts a boost
A rare new coal mine in southern Colorado adds to Trinidad’s economic revival
The new operator of the New Elk Coal Mine outside Trinidad sparks a dormant economic engine while grappling with Colorado’s trademark issues of housing and positive drug tests.
A northwest Colorado town is betting on the Yampa River to help it transition away from a coal economy
Judge blocks Biden’s pause of new oil, gas leases on public land in Colorado and other states
Louisiana and 12 other states sued after President Biden signed an executive order canceling oil and gas lease sales through June.
Wyoming backs coal with $1.2M threat to sue Colorado and other states
The law signed April 6 by Republican Gov. Mark Gordon creates a $1.2 million fund for an initiative that marks the latest attempt by state leaders to help coal in the state that accounts for the bulk of U.S. coal production
Littwin: This just in from Texas — leaving your post in a crisis should now be called “Pulling a Ted Cruz”
Cruz isn’t to blame for the millions who lost their power in the Texas winter storm. But his family trip to Cancun as Texans suffered reminded everyone there’s more than one kind of disaster.
Is Colorado’s power grid in shape for a Texas-size storm? Yes, mostly.
Northern Colorado had its own cold-weather challenge Sunday, making it through despite a notice to customers to turn down their thermostats
Opinion: The best path to better energy policy means small, reasonable steps
We can make progress without continuing to alienate many by casting economic reality as selfishness or callousness to the environment.
Opinion: Power supplier Tri-State’s members are focused on finding solutions
We’re leading Tri-State to maintain reliability while rapidly transitioning to lower costs, cleaner power and greater flexibility.
Biden halts oil and gas leases on U.S. land, water for 60 days
Oil and gas extracted from public lands and waters account for about a quarter of annual U.S. production.
Bureau of Land Management approves 2 drilling projects on Colorado public lands
The two upper North Fork Valley drilling projects will total up to 226 wells and result in up to 15.66 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions over a 30-year period
“Snake Oil Inc.”: Colorado energy agency apologizes after email mocks drilling companies
The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission said that “the emails were sent in error"
Opinion: Colorado leaders must innovate to rebuild Colorado better
Colorado draws 2,000-foot statewide oil and gas drilling setback. But it comes with a big “however.”
Regulators on Thursday set the new setback rule with “offramps” oil and gas companies can use to get as close as 500 feet to houses. A formal vote will come Nov. 6.
Colorado regulators’ plans to require 2,000-foot buffer around drilling rekindles oil and gas wars
Industry officials called the regulation “a blunt tool” that amounts to a ban on oil and gas development. A lawsuit might be in the offing.
Democratic lawmakers, officials from oil and gas- dependent areas of Colorado clash on first day of rulemaking
State legislators and county commissioners butted heads over the role of local governments in approving drilling locations on the first day of a six-week process
Only three coal-fired power plants in Colorado are set to operate past 2030 after Craig Station shutdown date is unveiled
Xcel is the only utility in Colorado with large, coal-fired power plants set to operate past 2030.