of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) explains photovoltaics
to Darryl Francois (Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development),
Jennifer Hoef (Office of Management and Budget), Brent Yacobucci (Congressional
Research Service), Steve Waskiewicz (Senate Energy Committee) and
Mark Boyle (Bureau of Reclamation).
with Bill Barrett Resources and his colleagues from Nabors Drilling
describe the drilling process to the 2006 Government Field Program
The 2006 Government
Field Program participants at the Bill Barrett Resources drilling
rig near Silt, Colorado.
of Bill Barrett Resources explains the finer points about drilling
mud to Genevieve Young (Colorado Geological Survey) and Craig Cammarata
(Congressional Budget Office). |
participants listen to presentations on local land use issues by
(right to left) Bob Elderkin (a local rancher and former BLM employee
concerned about the impacts of energy development on wildlife),
Keith Lambert (Mayor of Rifle, Colorado, who discussed the current
and potential impacts on the local communities), and Steve Bennett
(from the Glenwood Springs office of the Bureau of Land Management).
The panel was moderated by Tom Sladek of the EMFI Staff.
(Office of Management and Budget) poses a question to James Thurman
of Shell Exploration and Production Company regarding the Mahogany
Oil Shale Project, while Tom Sladek of the EMFI Staff listens.
Rick Grice (Colorado
Department of Labor and Employment), Craig Cammarata (Congressional
Budget Office), Darryl Francois (Office of Indian Energy and Economic
Development), Jennifer Hoef (Office of Management and Budget), and
Jerry Boak (Colorado Energy Research Institute) underground in the
West Elk coal mine.
our guide at the Morrow Point hydroelectric facility, explains the
operations of the plant to Scott Prestidge (Office of Rep. Mark Udall),
Mark Boyle (Bureau of Reclamation), and Rick Grice (Colorado Department
of Labor and Employment).
President of Red Willow Production Company, describes the operations
of the company and its relationship to the Southern Ute Tribe to the
2006 Government Field Program participants at the Red Willow headquarters
in Ignacio, Colorado, prior to visiting some coalbed methane production
with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, takes a question from Rick Grice
(Colorado Department of Labor and Employment) about the Animas-LaPlata
Costillo describing Balcony House to participants Frank Rusco (Government
Accountability Office), Mark Boyle (Bureau of Reclamation), and Marc
Humphries (Congressional Research Service), Jerry Boak (Colorado Energy
Research Institute), and John Curtis (Colorado School of Mines).
Manager of the Navajo Coal Mine, points out the dragline to
Sara Zecher (Senate Committee on Energy) and
Jerry Boak (Colorado Energy Research Institute).
All of the
participants on the 2006 EMFI Government Field Program in the bucket
of a front loader
at the Navajo Coal Mine near Farmington, New Mexico.