Calls for “energy security” in the face of cheap oil sound suspiciously like code for giving drilling companies and pipeline transport companies just about everything they want.
Jason Lillegraven’s study of Carbon Basin geology has him convinced that DKRW’s project has too many faults.
A newly opened mine near the city of Sundance raises the prospect of a new industry for Wyoming. The project's owners believe they'll have the infrastructure to compete with China.
Today, China delivers 97 percent of the world’s rare earth elements and uses 60 percent to 70 percent. How it came to monopolize the rare earth supply chain is a complex story.
Conflicting viewpoints were abound at the Global New Energy Summit in Colorado Springs last week. In the face of America’s oil dependency, some still advocate we drill our way out of the problem, while others suggest a lesser reliance on oil.