The 5-person Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission will complete tasks outlined by Senate Bill 181, which sought to give local governments more control and prioritize the protection public health, safety and the environment
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Boulder County wants to enact tougher regulations. Weld County wants to make it easier to drill. And the state is scrambling to keep up.
All’s not well that Gov. Jared Polis was hoping would end well with wells and nobody's happy.
The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission's first formal hearing since Colorado's new oil and gas regulation bill was passed is Monday, but it was not yet clear whether members would start the rulemaking process
In an interview, the state’s new chief oil and gas regulator, Jeff Robbins, says Senate Bill 181 landed in the “sweet spot”