World's largest CCS plant in N.M. — plan or pipe dream?
Two New York investors are pitching the world's largest carbon capture project for the San Juan coal plant in northwest New Mexico. That $1 billion proposal is attracting attention and scorn, but will it work?
Barry knocks out Gulf oil, but isn't 'worst-case scenario'
The oil and gas sector appeared to avoid major damage over the weekend as Tropical Storm Barry moved inland from the Gulf of Mexico, though Louisiana was coping yesterday with power outages and flooding worries.
Energy industry hunkers down ahead of Barry's wrath
Tropical Storm Barry's move through the Gulf of Mexico is causing energy companies to limit offshore oil and gas operations and prepare for onshore flooding that could affect everything from power plants to refineries.
Texas fight could ripple across U.S. grid
The future of the U.S. power grid may ride in part on an obscure tussle over transmission in the Lone Star State.
N.M. utility looks to swap coal for gas, renewables
New Mexico's biggest electric utility wants to replace its stake in two coal-fired generating units in part by using power fueled by natural gas — setting up a possible showdown with environmental advocates in a state pushing toward carbon-free electricity.