Oil & Gas

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Judge Dismisses Family’s Lawsuit Against Antero

A Denver judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a couple who said oil and gas companies contaminated their drinking water and air.


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Drilling Tax Proposal Faces Colorado Showdown

A controversial tax proposal aimed at stifling local opposition to oil and gas drilling is nearing a decision in the Colorado House.


Colorado Towns Await Vote On Drilling Tax Proposal

A turf war between Colorado’s local governments and oil and gas companies is heating up.


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Bill Could Discourage Some Local Oil, Gas Rules

A bill introduced in the Colorado House could bar communities from sharing in state severance tax revenues if they enact oil and natural gas drilling restrictions.


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Colorado Sportsmen Back Oil And Gas Disclosures

Colorado sportsmen are backing proposed federal rules of public disclosure of fluids used in oil and gas drillin


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It’s All About Energy During Obama’s Colorado Visit

It will be what President Barack Obama calls an all-out, all-of-the-above energy strategy when he comes to Colorado on Thursday.


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Commerce City Continues Drilling Moratorium

The Commerce City Council is continuing a moratorium on oil and gas drilling to give officials more time to study the issue before voting on a long-term moratorium.


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Colorado Works On Backlog Of Oil, Gas Air Permits

Colorado is working through a backlog of applications for air pollution permits for oil and gas facilities.


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Billions Of Barrels Of Oil Possible Under Colorado

Wattenburg in Colorado is part of a massive expansion of oil production in the lower 48 states, resulting in a change in exports.


Gov. John Hickenlooper of Colorado speaks to the media after a meeting with President Barack Obama at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building Feb. 25, 2011 in Washington, DC. Obama met with Democratic governors to discuss the ways Washington and the states can work together to create jobs and benefit the economy.  (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

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.