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Good news: Energy costs less in Colorado

Colorado pays less for our energy than any other state in the nation.  Taking into account electricity, natural gas, and gasoline, the average Colorado household pays just $224 a month in energy bills. Nationwide, the average American family will save $750 on gasoline thanks to lower gas prices according to the Energy Information Administration. Not [...]

By |January 14th, 2016|blog, gas prices, industry news, natural gas, oil prices|Comments Off on Good news: Energy costs less in Colorado

What does energy independence mean?

It was almost 42 years ago that President Richard Nixon first called for a move toward energy independence. The oil embargo of 1973 caused the price of a barrel of crude oil to jump rapidly from $3.00 to $12.00 as the U.S. was experiencing a massive shortage. In today’s dollars, the sharp rise in prices would [...]

By |July 1st, 2015|blog, energy and environment, energy economy, energy independence, gas prices, oil prices|Comments Off on What does energy independence mean?