oil and gas
Production in the state has dropped 13% compared to the same period a year before. It's the steepest four-month drop for producers since at least 2001.
C. Joseph Greaves’ Colorado friends asked, “When are you going to write about here?” This book is the answer.Colorado Humanities & Center for the Book Book Excerpts Primary category in which blog post is published
“Flaring” at oil and gas wells to be curtailed as Colorado regulators adopt some of nation’s strictest rulesMark Jaffe Energy Primary category in which blog post is published
Wildfires make work to reduce Colorado’s greenhouse gas emissions even more crucial, Gov. Polis says
In an address to state air-quality regulators, Polis reaffirmed ambitious climate-related goals. But some say the roadmap to reach them lacks urgency.
The presidential contest shows clear differences on major policies that will impact Colorado
Gardner says Roe v. Wade is “settled law” in final U.S. Senate debate, as Hickenlooper talks court packing
The Republican incumbent declared Roe v. Wade “settled law” as his Democratic rival expressed concern about packing the Supreme Court
Colorado releases its plan to slash greenhouse gases, leaving some environmental groups wanting more
The Colorado Greenhouse Pollution Reduction Roadmap, nine months in the making, quickly drew flak when it was released on Wednesday
Colorado draws 2,000-foot statewide oil and gas drilling setback. But it comes with a big “however.”
Regulators on Thursday set the new setback rule with “offramps” oil and gas companies can use to get as close as 500 feet to houses. A formal vote will come Nov. 6.
Oil and gas companies must monitor fracking emissions as Colorado adopts first-in-the-nation rules to reduce air pollution
Some environmental groups say the new regulations, which also give local governments access to collected data, aren’t fully baked even after long negotiations
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