Industry officials called the regulation “a blunt tool” that amounts to a ban on oil and gas development. A lawsuit might be in the offing.
Democratic lawmakers, officials from oil and gas- dependent areas of Colorado clash on first day of rulemakingBy Mark Jaffe Energy Primary category in which blog post is published
Only three coal-fired power plants in Colorado are set to operate past 2030 after Craig Station shutdown date is unveiledBy Lauren Irwin Energy Primary category in which blog post is published
A federal court ruled a coal company couldn’t build a road on public land near Paonia. The company did it anyway.By Jason Blevins Energy Primary category in which blog post is published
Western Slope utility serving Delta, Montrose settles on $136.5 million fee to break up with Tri-State
The fight between Delta-Montrose Electric Association and its power generating partner has dragged on since 2016 and led Tri-State to be more flexible in its remaining contracts.
Opinion: Russia and Saudi Arabia have exploited the global pandemic to attack U.S. energy producers. President Trump must stop it.Opinion
Garfield and Mesa counties joined seven other counties in the lawsuit against the state Air Quality Control Commission, Air Pollution Control Division and Department of Public Health and Environment
A summer hire to manage a drilling operation finds his job complicated by intrigue, murder — and interns
In "The Hole Truth," author J.A. Turley draws on his decades of experience in the oil and gas industry to create a fictional conspiracy that powers his murder-mystery
The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission said it was waiting for a final report on the blast from the NTSB. The report was released on Tuesday.
Some major oil and gas companies have asked President Donald Trump to forgo the rollbacks, siding with environmentalists