Extraction Oil and Gas
Colorado oil and gas emissions rules begin to tighten, but gaps open over what is monitored, by whom and where
Western Slope commissioners say rules designed to pull the Front Range into federal ozone compliance are an “economic risk” for northwest Colorado
Colorado increases tax on oil and gas operators to fund a $3.4 million shortfall in regulators’ budgetMark Jaffe Business Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado’s oil and gas producers are slashing budgets, closing wells as demand and cash flow dwindlesMark Jaffe Business Primary category in which blog post is published
Four super PACs tied to Democrats and Republicans in the state legislature and 2020 ballot committees reported millions in donations in the latest reports
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 oil and gas industry is again spending big to stop more regulation in Colorado. This time, it’s not working.
The American Petroleum Institute is airing a TV ad and hiring more lobbyists in its campaign against an oil and gas bill
One of the most debated points of the Colorado legislation is its economic impact, but both sides acknowledge they don’t know all the answers
The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission voted 5-1 to allow Extraction Oil & Gas Inc. to use a process called forced pooling to tap oil and gas belonging to several owners
Oil and gas companies dominate the corporate spending and they are focused on two major ballot questions involving drilling.
History, common law, suggest Crestone, North 8 have the right to frack on land owned by Boulder County or covered by conservation easements