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Montana Elders for a Livable Tomorrow (March 14 guest opinion) sounds like a nice organization. However, along with the Northern Plains Resource Council and Blue Skies Campaign there is one common goal, to stop the production of coal, and that’s not so nice for Montana.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office recently released its report on federal coal leasing. The report, while calling for more transparency and some process improvement, confirms that federal coal leases for Wyoming are being managed in a responsible fashion. Proper oversight by governme…
Carbon dioxide emissions rose by more than 11 percent in Montana last decade as the state continued to have one of the highest per capita greenhouse gas emission rates in the country.
LARAMIE — Gas prices in Wyoming have steadily increased over the past few months but they remain the lowest in the country.
The United States just doesn’t burn as much coal as it used to.
WASHINGTON -- Let's not smother the shale gas boom. It is the crown jewel of the disappointing economic recovery. Why tamper with success? Yet, there are those who argue that shale gas' benefits could be maximized if we restricted gas exports, mainly as liquefied natural gas (LNG). This woul…
The price of natural gas fell on Thursday after the government reported a surprisingly large increase in supply.
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration on Tuesday unveiled new procedures to speed up drilling on public lands, an area where Republicans and the oil industry have pressed the administration to do more to boost oil production and help drive down gasoline prices.
CASPER, Wyo. — The price of regular gasoline is expected to continue rising in 2011, the federal Energy Information Administration says.