- 1.Gas & Energy
USDA Invests In Eight Renewable Energy Projects In SD
The Plain Green Conference on sustainability will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn downtown Sioux Falls on September 12.
A licensing board of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has ruled that a mining company must release the results of a geological survey to opponents of its proposed uranium mine in western South Dakota.
A panel for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is in Rapid City this week for a three-day hearing on the licensing of a proposed uranium mine near Edgemont. But even before the hearing began, members of the panel traveled to Hot Springs, closer to the proposed mine, to take public comments on the controversial issue.
An oil company hasn't paid a $1.5 million fine assessed by North Dakota regulators two years ago for violations of the state's rules for disposing of salt water.
MidAmerican Energy is looking to raise rates.
Coal delivery issues are causing a fuel shortage at one of Minnesota's largest electricity generators.
A proposed wind farm in Lincoln County has led to controversy over the last few months. A Minnesota lawyer, representing an anti-commercial wind farm group know as WE-CARE South Dakota, went in front of the Lincoln County Commission Tuesday to talk about some concerns.
Researchers are studying a rock formation found across much of the Great Plains that could someday be used for energy production or underground liquid or gas storage.
Two electric utilities say they're interested in hosting a proposed lab to test out carbon-capture technologies at a working power plant in Wyoming.
South Dakotans are not paying as much for electricity, natural gas and fuel as people in most other states.
BNSF railroad is regularly hauling three trains a week loaded with crude oil through the Sioux Falls area, but those are the only shipments of crude oil from North Dakota's Bakken region crossing the state.
According to Triple A, gas prices for this Independence Day are expected to reach the highest rate in six years.
Xcel Energy is taking steps to raise rates in South Dakota.
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