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Kansas Energy News

December 2002

Oil completions
(Hutchinson News, December 29, 2002)

Wind power gives Aquila breath of fresh air in bad year
(Kansas City Business Journal, December 27, 2002)

Oil completions
(Hutchinson News, December 22, 2002)

Goering: No frills, but trains still run
(Topeka Capital-Journal, December 19, 2002)

Amtrak rolls back into Union Station
(Pittsburg Morning Sun, December 18, 2002)

Partnership Taps the Kansas Breeze
(Solar Access, December 17, 2002)

Energy Education program saving USD 457 money
(Garden City Telegram, December 17, 2002)

Wind farm firm made payments to official
(Wichita Eagle, December 12, 2002)

Ethanol plant talks continue
(Liberal Southwest Daily Times, December 11, 2002)

Shriver responds to conflict claim
(El Dorado Times, December 11, 2002)

Wind farm company showing interest in Wichita County
(Garden City Telegram, December 11, 2002)

FarmerŐs plow ruptures gasoline pipeline
(Lawrence Journal-World, December 11, 2002)

Westar could owe Wittig millions
(Topeka Capital-Journal, December 11, 2002)

Restructured Sunflower Electric ready to grow
(Dodge City Globe, December 9, 2002)

Sunflower Electric ready to grow
(Hays Daily News, December 8, 2002)

Oil completions
(Hutchinson News, December 8, 2002)

Official says no conflict in deal on wind farm
(Wichita Eagle, December 7, 2002)

Commissioner has deal with wind farm company
(Topeka Capital-Journal, December 7, 2002)

Expert: State has little choice on wind farms
(Wichita Eagle, December 7, 2002)

Kansas cattlemen discuss wind farm issue
(Pittsburg Morning Sun, December 8, 2002)

Cattlemen discuss wind farm issue
(Dodge City Globe, December 7, 2002)

Editorial: Wind-Talkers
(Lawrence Journal-World, December 6, 2002)

KCC to receive Westar benefits information
(Topeka Capital-Journal, December 6, 2002)

Utility watchdog attorney resigns
(Lawrence Journal-World, December 5, 2002)

Sunflower has new name, structure
(Garden City Telegram, December 4, 2002)

Editorial: Butler County balks at wind farm
(Winfield Courier, December2, 2002)

Editorial: Profits, not clean air, a Bush goal
(Salina Journal, December 2, 2002)

Editorial: Windfarms -- Protect the prairie
(Topeka Capital-Journal, December 1, 2002)

CEO: Westar recovery not a 'fool's errand'
(Lawrence Journal-World, December 1, 2002)

Industry revives Russell economy
(Wichita Eagle, December 1, 2002)

Sunflower restructuring means rate increase
(Hutchinson News, December 1, 2002)

Oil completions
(Hutchinson News, December 1, 2002)

November 2002

The simple life - off grid
(Hays Daily News, November 30, 2002)

Living off-grid explained
(Hays Daily News, November 30, 2002)

Salina Journal: It's full steam ahead for town that hit bottom
(Dodge City Globe, November 30, 2002)

Wind farm project continues on despite setback
(Dodge City Globe, November 30, 2002)

Backers of wind farm project to press on despite setback
(Topeka Capital-Journal, November 29, 2002)

Firms not giving up on Butler Co. wind farm plan
(Wichita Eagle, November 28, 2002)

Editorial: Westar - A change for better
(Topeka Capital-Journal, November 26, 2002)

Butler Co. to hear another wind farm proposal
(Wichita Eagle, November 25, 2002)

Wind farms considered for western Kansas
(Salina Journal, November 24, 2002)

Wind farms could be in Kansas' future
(Pittsburg Morning Sun, November 24, 2002)

Companies have plans to build wind farms
(Topeka Capital-Journal, November 24, 2002)

Russell rebounds
(Salina Journal, November 24, 2002)

Westar picks replacement
(Topeka Capital-Journal, November 24, 2002)

Oil completions
(Hutchinson News, November 24, 2002)

Company considers wind farm
(McCook (NE) Daily Gazette, November 21, 2002)

Suber: Current energy policy paints dismal future
(Newton Kansan, November 21, 2002)

Wittig, ex-bank officer plead innocent to fraud charges
(Dodge City Globe, November 20, 2002)

A Tour De Force
(Garden City Telegram, November 19, 2002)

Wittig faces hearing amid questions about inquiry
(Dodge City Globe, November 19, 2002)

Cash in the wind
(Hutchinson News, November 19, 2002)

Wittig faces hearing amid questions about inquiry
(Dodge City Globe, November 18, 2002)

Oil completions
(Hutchinson News, November 17, 2002)

Commission will hold wind farm hearing
(El Dorado Times, November 15, 2002)

Westar discloses SEC inquiry into earnings restatement
(Pittsburg Morning Sun, November 15, 2002)

Well to be converted into permanent vent
(Pittsburg Morning Sun, November 15, 2002)

Holcomb hopes to clarify utility bills
(Garden City Telegram, November 14, 2002)

Fuel removed from creek
(Topeka Capital-Journal, November 14, 2002)

City officials may block buyout by Midwest
(Hutchinson News, November 13, 2002)

Westar reorganization
(Hutchinson News, November 12, 2002)

Kansas Corn Commission partners in e-diesel project
(Wichita Business Journal, November 11, 2002)

Oil completions
(Hutchinson News, November 10, 2002)

Fuel spills into Shunganunga
(Topeka Capital-Journal, November 9, 2002)

KCC orders reorganization of Westar Energy
(Pittsburg Morning Sun, November 9, 2002)

Westar chairman indicted for fraud
(Pittsburg Morning Sun, November 8, 2002)

Butler County approves wind farm
(Topeka Capital-Journal, November 8, 2002)

Butler County closer to bringing electricity-generating windmills to southeast Kansas
(Dodge City Globe, November 8, 2002)

Experts give tips for saving on heating bills
(Garden City Telegram, November 8, 2002)

Wind farm clears county planners
(El Dorado Times, November 7, 2002)

Martin: It isn't all about the wind
(Topeka Capital-Journal, November 7, 2002)

County to discuss wind farms
(Manhatten Mercury, November 7, 2002)

Wind farm moves ahead with approval by Butler planners
(Wichita Eagle, November 7, 2002)

Dodge City asking KDOT for funds for bicycle/pedestrian trail
(Dodge City Globe, November 5, 2002)

Oil completions
(Hutchinson News, November 3, 2002)

University considers use of wind power
(University Daily Kansan (KU), November 1, 2002)

Firm withdraws wind energy proposal
(Dodge City Globe, November 1, 2002)

Editorial: Westar's woes
(Hutchinson News, September 2, 2002)

Energy News, Sept. - Oct., 2002

Energy News, July - August, 2002

Energy News, April - June, 2002

Energy News, Dec. 2001-March, 2002

Energy News, August-November, 2001

Energy News, April - July, 2001

U.S. Energy News

December 2002

Interest in biodiesel grows despite costs
(Kansas City Star, December 29, 2002)

Bumper Mentality (review of Keith Bradsher's "High and Mighty")
(AlterNet.org, December 20, 2002)

Tilting at Windmills
(Grist Magazine, December 19, 2002)

Going with the wind
(Christian Science Monitor, December 19, 2002)

Falling energy prices help keep inflation moderate
(Pittsburg Morning Sun, December 18, 2002)

Net Metering
(The New York Times Magazine, December 15, 2002)
(Registration is required to view.)

The Hybrid that gets 239 M.P.G.
(The New York Times Magazine, December 15, 2002)
(Registration is required to view.)

Spain's dark tide grows
(Christian Science Monitor, December 12, 2002)

Hybrid Cars Are Attracting a Broad Range of Americans
(The New York Times, December 11, 2002)
(Registration is required to view.)

Editorial: Keeping Dick Cheney's Secrets
(The New York Times, December 11, 2002)
(Registration is required to view.)

GAO case against Cheney dismissed
(MSNBC news, December 9, 2002)

Wind Turbines Are Sprouting Off Europe's Shores
(The New York Times, December 8, 2002)
(Registration is required to view.)

Use of Renewable Energy Took a Big Fall in 2001
(The New York Times, December 8, 2002)
(Registration is required to view.)

How Green Is BP?
(The New York Times Magazine, December 8, 2002)
(Registration is required to view.)

Kerrey: Keeping Momentum on the Energy Bill
(The New York Times, December 3, 2002)
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A fireball in the tunnel brings doom for miners (Part 3)
(Lawrence Journal-World, December 3, 2002)

A bright outlook?
(St. Louis (MO) Post-Dispatch, December 2, 2002)

Miners risk their lives to save fellow workers, livelihood (Part 2)
(Lawrence Journal-World, December 2, 2002)

Mining tragedy's wounds still fresh (Part 1)
(Lawrence Journal-World, December 1, 2002)

November 2002

For Solar Power, Foggy City Maps Its Bright Spots
(The New York Times, November 25, 2002)
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Editorial: Oil on the Water
(Washington Post, November 25, 2002)

Oil, water a volatile mix
(Washington Times, November 25, 2002)

At a Minnesota dairy, Holsteins are in the energy business
(Christian Science Monitor, November 21, 2002)

Proud, patriotic & green
(Christian Science Monitor, November 21, 2002)

Ruin and Despair Wash Up On Spain's Coast After Spill
(Washington Post, November 21, 2002)

Why aging oil tankers still ply the seas
(Christian Science Monitor, November 21, 2002)

What could help prevent oil spills?
(Christian Science Monitor, November 21, 2002)

Off Galicia, Spill Spreads Devastation and Doubt
(The New York Times, November 21, 2002)
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U.S. Studies SUV Mileage Standards
(Washington Post, November 21, 2002)

Editorial: Cracking open an oil tanker
(The New York Times, November 20, 2002)
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Oil Tanker Sinks Off Spain, Threatening Disaster
(The New York Times, November 19, 2002)
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EDITORIAL: Keep the heat on energy firms
(San Francisco Chronicle, November 18, 2002)

Editorial: Save the SUV
(Washington Times, November 17, 2002)

Oil, Air, Energy Laws In Play
(Washington Post, November 17, 2002)

The next Apollo -- energy advancements
(Hibbing (MN) Daily Tribune, November 11, 2002)

Editorial: The burning questions of hydrogen
(Washington Times, November 10, 2002)

Davidson: The dawn of the 'hydrogen' economy
(Newton Kansan, November 5, 2002)

Investing in Wind Power
(Mitchell (SD) Daily Republic, November 1, 2002)

Judge Halts Utah Oil Project
(Washington Post, November 1, 2002)

Scientists Say a Quest for Clean Energy Must Begin Now
(The New York Times, November 1, 2002)
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Archives and Other Resources

Kansas Energy News April-July 2001 (some links may be dead)

Sustainable Minnesota's Energy News archive

Washington Post Energy article archive

Washington Post Energy Special Report

California 'Power Crisis' coverage - CNN.com

California Energy Crisis - L.A. Times

Washington Post: 'Enron Probe'

Washington Post: 'The Energy Crisis: California and Beyond'

Dust, deception and death Louisville Courier-Journal series on black lung

Archives for articles on the proposed Duluth (MN) to Wausau (WI) power line

Archives on the proposed DM&E rail line expansion - coal train, Rochester, MN

Lawrence Journal-World's Gasoline prices archive

Natural Gas, Unnatural Prices
1998 Kansas City Star series

World Energy News

 



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