Suncor To Pay $1.9M To Settle Sand Creek Oil Spill LawsuitSuncor oil refinery operators have agreed to pay $1.9 million to settle a lawsuit by federal and state authorities over an oil spill that contaminated Sand Creek and the South Platte River.
Suncor Reaches Settlement After Sand Creek ContaminationSuncor reached a settlement with the government to replace natural resources lost in a 2011 benzene spill.
Residents Voice Concerns After Parachute Creek LeakColorado health officials say there is no public health danger from chemicals leaking into groundwater in Parachute but dozens of people had questions about the incident.
Trace Amounts Of Benzene Found In Parachute CreekThe Williams Co. has detected benzene in Parachute Creek, close to where it reported finding natural gas liquids near its natural gas processing plant in Parachute last month.
Colorado Requires More Monitoring By Suncor EnergyColorado health officials are requiring more monitoring and preventive measures from Suncor Energy (USA) Inc. as it cleans up contaminated groundwater moving off its refinery in Commerce City.
Denver Energy Company Fined For Air Quality Violations A Colorado energy company has agreed to pay more than $2 million in fines for air quality violations.
Report: South Platte Most Polluted In Colorado An environmental group says the South Platte River is the most polluted waterway in Colorado.
Health Department Tests Blood Of 500 Suncor Oil Refinery Employees The Colorado Department of Health has tested the blood of all 500 workers at the Suncor Oil Refinery in Commerce City.
EPA Says Colorado Refinery Contamination DecliningFederal officials said Friday that initial water quality tests show levels of toxic chemicals are declining after a gasoline-like substance was detected seeping into a creek from a Denver-area refinery, but environmentalists said even one barrel of the toxic brew is too much.
Suncor Ordered To Test Air In Wastewater PlantState health officials on Thursday ordered Suncor Energy to immediately begin testing the air inside the Denver Metro Wastewater Treatment Plant to ensure worker safety near where a gasoline-like substance from the company's refinery was detected seeping into Sand Creek earlier this week.
Drilling Plan A 'Sensitive Issue' For Windsor NeighborhoodSome residents in a Windsor neighborhood say their homes and their health could be at risk if an oil company moves forward with its plans.
Plan For Drilling Close To Windsor Homes Draws FireA group of neighbors in Windsor are trying to build a coalition against a drilling project that would be set up within a mile of some homes.