Raising fees and cleanup insurance while slowing leasing heartens environmentalists but provokes industry criticism.
Current policies favor the oil and gas industry. Planned updates could better protect national parks surrounded by dense drilling activity.
Paying higher prices for gas is a necessary evil, but it matters a lot who pays more and where that money goes
To get the balance between environmental action and economic reality right, we all need more collaboration.
As a slew of new regulations seek to move the state beyond fossil fuels, those in oil and gas operations should plan their exit now
The “emissions intensity” rule requires companies closely monitor methane releases and limits allowed pollution based on how much oil and gas they produce
K.P. Kauffman was supposed to pay its fines and remediate 78 sites by Aug. 1 or stop operating in Colorado. A judge agreed to stay that order while the company sues to block it from taking effect.
Rancher says his yearslong dispute with Denver-based Western Operating Co. shows lack of accountability when oil and gas companies make mistakes
The oil and gas industry has known about its impact on climate change for 50 years. Now it’s time to pay up.
Denver-based PDC Energy’s share price sagged under concerns over increased regulation, but the company has received 1,000 drilling permits in the last 10 months