Colorado Oil and Gas Association
Are Colorado’s oil and gas and recreation industries all that different? Economists say no — and we need to protect them bothBy Mark Jaffe Outdoors Primary category in which blog post is published
Lobbying spending sets new record in Colorado, as interests shift to influence Democratic-controlled CapitolBy Sandra Fish Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Opponents of Colorado’s new oil and gas regulation law won’t try to repeal it — at least not this year
Opponents had planned to ask voters in November 2019 to repeal and replace the law, but last week the Colorado secretary of state's office rejected four versions of their proposed ballot initiative
The industry already spends millions fighting municipal ballot measures and supporting candidates in areas where they operate
Colorado oil and gas overhaul tips power toward local government. How that power is used will vary widely.
Towns and cities along the I-25 corridor, where drilling is closest to suburban neighborhoods, likely will be first to test the waters
The measure would give local governments the ability to veto fracking and may give Anadarko Petroleum a monopoly when it comes to drilling rights on the Front Range
Broomfield neighborhood sues to stop Colorado law that allows oil and gas under its homes to be drilled without consent
Federal lawsuit takes aim at “forced pooling” rule designed to make extraction more efficient. Wildgrass homeowners say its being used to run roughshod over them.
Emotional video from Proposition 112 backers features brother of man killed in Firestone explosion. The oil and gas industry says the two are unrelated.
The ad injects a new level of emotion into the battle over Proposition 112
History, common law, suggest Crestone, North 8 have the right to frack on land owned by Boulder County or covered by conservation easements