Meeker 4-H council president Taylor Neilson accepts a $15,000 donation check from Matt Briney, Piceance operations superintendent for ExxonMobil Production. The donation will be split between Rio Blanco and Garfield counties. According to CSU extension agent Bill Ekstrom, the money will be used for the ultrasound contest and leadership activities.
RBC (AP) — New figures show the natural gas rig count in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin has taken a bigger percentage drop than in Utah’s Uinta Basin and the entire state of Wyoming. Carter Mathies […]
SOUTH JORDAN, Utah | The U.S. Department of Energy has determined that a clean coal project, which was proposed by Deseret Power, will not be selected to receive any funding under the latest clean energy […]