Is China’s path to more CO2 emissions an excuse for inaction or a reason to cut U.S. emissions?
Powder River Basin (PRB) coal producers don’t seem to be in a panic. They’re not rushing to the negotiating table with their adversaries, crafting details of a new carbon tax or cap-and-trade bill, or even attempting a major overall of the Clean Air Act to provide long-term certainty for their core operations in America.
Roundtable set to mull strategic push for Wyoming coal It’s no secret that many people in Wyoming are on edge about the future of the coal mining industry. That’s why the University of Wyoming’s School of Energy Resources has called for a roundtable discussion, “Powder River Basin Coal: Domestic Challenges and International Opportunities,” to be held from […]