Colorado Oil & Gas Association

Plummeting Gas Prices Good For Drivers, Bad For Colorado Oil WorkersFalling gas prices are a double-edge sword for Coloradans: Gas is cheap, but lower prices can negatively affect jobs in the state, where the oil and gas industry hefts a big footprint.
Lawsuit Claims Fracking Ban Not Being Enforced In Lafayette Two Lafayette residents are suing Colorado officials for not enforcing a ban on hydraulic fracturing.
Colorado Panel OKs New Oil & Gas Drilling Rules State health officials approved a sweeping plan Sunday to reduce air pollution from oil and gas drilling, including the nation's first statewide limit on methane emissions.
Oil, Gas Industry Sues 2 Front Range Towns Over Fracking VotesColorado's largest oil and gas industry group has filed a lawsuit against two Front Range towns that voted last month to ban hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.
3 Front Range Cities Ban Hydraulic FracturingColorado's powerful oil and gas industry took a hit Tuesday when voters in three Front Range cities voted to ban hydraulic fracturing despite intense industry lobbying against the bans.
Sides Weigh In On Drilling Options On Roan PlateauEnvironmentalists and energy companies are offering different opinions as the Bureau of Land Management re-examines its plan for oil and gas development on the Roan Plateau.
Colorado Moves Ahead With Higher Oil, Gas FinesA Colorado proposal to hike oil and gas drilling fines for the first time in more than 50 years has advanced in the state Legislature.
Colorado Oil, Gas Panel OKs Groundwater Sampling Rule Colorado oil and natural gas regulators on Monday approved rules making the state the first to require energy companies to do groundwater sampling both before and after they drill.
Oil, Gas Drilling Proposals By Democrats RejectedDemocratic proposals to limit oil and gas drilling have been defeated in Colorado's Republican House.
Gov. Hickenlooper Considers 1st Year Success Approaching his first anniversary in office, Gov. John Hickenlooper's administration is known more for orchestrating compromise than driving policy.
Hickenlooper Proposes Fracking Fluid RuleGov. John Hickenlooper proposed Tuesday that energy companies operating in his state be required to publicly disclose the ingredients of the fluids they inject into the ground to extract more oil and gas, even though he said there is almost no chance the fluids are contaminating water wells.
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