Articles By Mark Jaffe

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Superior weighs drilling moratorium, open space purchase to stop U.K. company’s Rocky Flats plan

Superior enlists expertise of Broomfield to fight Highlands Natural Resources' plan for 31 wells originating from the corner of Colorado 128 and McCaslin Boulevard

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Proposition 112 fails, but big vote total signals oil and gas setbacks will be headed to the Colorado capitol

Industry spent $40 million fighting the measure and is reluctant to face a rematch in 2020

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Fight over prices, renewable energy spurs second rural cooperative to leave Tri-State Generation

Delta-Montrose Electric Association votes to sell stock to raise cash to exit contract, following Taos, N.M., co-op that says it will save $70 million after paying breakup fee

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Climate change could double the cost of beer. We are not kidding.

U.S. brewers relatively safe because so much barley is grown here, but in periods of extreme heat and drought, Irish consumers could see $20 added to the price of a six-pack.

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Crestone’s plans for oil and gas drilling on Boulder County open space could be delayed for years after state stops hearings

The delay, attributed to a lawsuit filed by Boulder County, could postpone drilling on the property near Erie for years while the case is pending in court

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Boulder County fights with finesse — and an all-out assault — to stop drilling on public open space

History, common law, suggest Crestone, North 8 have the right to frack on land owned by Boulder County or covered by conservation easements

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“It is going to be very messy”: Opposing oil and gas ballot measures respond to Colorado’s contentious drilling climate

One would set back rigs 2,500 feet from homes and natural features, another would allow property owners to be compensated if value was reduced; critics say either one would be disastrous if passed