Colorado Revising Pipeline Rules After Fatal Gas ExplosionColorado regulators started work Thursday on new rules for thousands of pipelines that crisscross oil and gas fields in the state after a fatal home explosion blamed on a gas leak.
Colorado Revising Pipeline Rules After Fatal Gas ExplosionColorado regulators are starting work on new rules for thousands of pipelines that crisscross oil and gas fields.
Colorado Outlines New Pipeline Rules After Fatal ExplosionColorado regulators have released an outline for new rules governing oil and gas pipelines after a fatal house explosion blamed on a gas leak.
City To Inspect All Oil And Gas WellsThe city says it will inspect all of its plugged and abandoned oil and gas wells.
Lawmaker From Firestone To Push For Oil & Gas Pipeline MappingA state lawmaker says she will introduce a bill that would require all the oil and gas pipelines in Colorado to be mapped out.
No Online Oil, Gas Pipeline Map After Fatal BlastColorado will not offer an online map of oil and gas pipelines in the wake of a fatal house explosion blamed on a gas leak, Gov. John Hickenlooper said Tuesday, citing concerns about security and theft.
Colorado To Tighten Pipeline Rules After Fatal Gas ExplosionColorado officials say they will strengthen regulations for oil and gas pipelines to reduce the chances of another home explosion like one that killed two people in April.
Deadly Oil Tank Explosion Caused By Pipe InstallmentInvestigators have revealed what caused a deadly oil tank explosion near Mead in May. One worker was killed and three others hurt.
State Lawmakers Take Hot Car ChallengeSince 1998, more than 700 children in the U.S. have died after being left in a hot car.
Woman Affected By Formaldehyde Joists Demands ActionNew homes from northern Colorado to Douglas County have beams contaminated by formaldehyde. They are boarded up with a warning to stay away, including for construction workers.
Formaldehyde Concerns Grow As More Homeowners Discover IssuesWeyerhauser is blaming a fomula change for a problem that has forced evacuations and kept people from hundreds of homes around the country. Formaldehyde inside the basements of the homes have caused odor issues and potential health risks.
Formaldehyde Dangers Force Homeowners OutSeveral Colorado families are being told to leave their brand new homes over concerns of formaldehyde poisoning.