Two Lafayette residents are suing Colorado officials for not enforcing a ban on hydraulic fracturing.
A fracking debate in Loveland is heating up in advance of a ballot measure to be considered later this month.
Residents on Monday got their chance to confront oil and gas executives about a controversial fracking operation involving four wells just a few hundred feet from Northridge High School in Greeley.
A gay Republican organization is airing a radio ad attacking Democratic Rep. Jared Polis for supporting possible ballot measures to limit fracking.
Republican Rep. Cory Gardner is challenging Democratic Sen. Mark Udall to disavow efforts to rein in the controversial procedure known as “fracking.”
Lario Oil & Gas says a $600 million credit facility it has negotiated with Wells Fargo and others gives it flexibility as it expands in regions where hydraulic fracking has created an oil boom.
A judge will now decide the fate of Broomfield’s fiercely scrutinized election and whether to throw out a fracking ban that passed by just 20 votes.
Colorado regulators said Thursday they will consider whether new rules are needed after 13 oil spills were blamed on last September’s flood, but some county officials said the leaks were comparatively small and that the existing rules worked.
Election judges in Broomfield found “spoiled” ballots when they opened a box of ballots found separate from other material from the November election.
The recount shows Broomfield voters approved a ban on fracking within the city limits for the next five years by 20 votes.