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Reader’s reaction: A taste of your favorite sports memories from past decade

By Staff

Just for a little perspective, the top story 10 years ago today in The Daily Sentinel was University of Colorado running back Cortlen Johnson leading the Buffaloes’ rushing attack past Boston College in the Insight.com Bowl. My, how ...


Time to tap abundant resources of Energy Alley

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It’s about time to start tapping the biggest tank of fuel along Energy Alley between Green River, Utah, and Rifle, a RAND Corp. analyst said. “We need some early production” from oil shale, said James T. Bartis, senior ...


Tech tested in China aims to get kerogen from oil shale

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An Arizona company is aiming to use technology tested on coal in China to draw kerogen from oil shale in Colorado and send fuel to markets around the globe. The company, AuraSource Inc., also plans to build a refinery capable of processing as ...


Exxon tests successful tech in quest to tap oil shale

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ExxonMobil, the world’s largest energy company, wants to jolt kerogen from the oil shale trapped deep in the Piceance Basin. The company has run successful tests with the “Electrofrac” technology in its Colony Mine near the ...


Company plans petroleum from oil shale by 2013

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A Utah company hopes to coax petroleum from oil shale as soon as 2013, possibly even 2012, by digging up the rock, lining the pit with heating tubes, replacing the rock and firing up the pipes. The company, Red Leaf Resources, is gearing up ...


Energy Alley oil shale deposits: Richest in the world

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For more than a century now, the pale cliffs overlooking the Colorado River have been known to hold a giant energy storehouse. But it is one that has at times looked more like a carnival funhouse with distorted reflections, dead-end alleys, ...


Local mines help supply half of nation’s electricity

By Staff

SOMERSET — Two thousand feet underground and two and a half miles within a tunnel into a mountain, Ed Pagone turned a corner and made a pronouncement. “This here is the money maker. This here is the bread and butter. This is the ...


Plenty of coal yet to be mined from the Uinta region

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Old coal mines dot the route along Energy Alley from Green River, Utah, to Rifle, from small holes punched into the Bookcliffs overlooking the Grand Valley to the closed Roadside Mine in De Beque Canyon. North of Grand Junction, miners are ...


Census, terrorism will be big stories in 2010

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It’s finally over, nasty, bitter and rancorous 2009, and good riddance. That’s the good news. The better news? If you liked ‘09, you are going to positively swoon over 2010. With that in mind, Here are tomorrow’s ...


The legally flawed ‘Nebraska Compromise’

By Staff

From the moment health care reform emerged as issue of Congress’ 2009 agenda, Republicans and Democrats have exchanged rhetorical volleys and parliamentary maneuvers aimed at passing, slowing or halting passage of a bill. It’s not ...


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