A balanced approach, not endless litigation, gets better environmental results without gutting thousands of jobs.
State’s regulators reinstated a large fine set aside when KPK promised to clean up leaks and spills because just a tiny fraction of the work is done
KPK says it will be in better financial condition if it sells northeastern Colorado wells to a company proposing to use them for a carbon capture project.
Regulators reacted to the appeal of 6 environmental groups that say data for individual drilling projects isn’t helping solve Colorado’s regional pollution problems
6 environmental groups want regulators to toughen rules to consider regional and climate impacts of increased drilling activity in Colorado.
Activists say the money fills a gaps on toxic releases left open by state inaction
Increasing royalties for the first time since the 1920s is credited for some of the extra revenue due to Colorado governments this fiscal year
State regulators confirmed Crestone Peak’s Box Elder drilling plan for 55 square miles of land the energy company has been working on since 2020, saying Colorado’s new permitting process is “workable, protective”
The Oil and Gas Conservation Commission should reject Crestone’s permit application.
The city and county’s protest was the first under a new rule allowing communities near a project site to intervene in oil and gas proceedings