Colorado Democrats Unveil Plan For Major Change In Oil & Gas DrillingColorado Democratic lawmakers released a plan late Friday afternoon for a major overhaul of oil and gas regulations that would make human health and environmental protection the state's highest priority.
Groups Suing Over Gas Drilling Near Homes In Battlement MesaA group of residents has filed a lawsuit to stop a plan to drill for natural gas near mobile homes in western Colorado.
Prop. 112 Opponents, Supporters Pack Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission MeetingThe Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is set to review dozens of new drilling permit applications this week, ahead of a ballot measure that could severely limit oil and gas operations in the state.
3 Hurt In Weld County Oil Tank Battery FireThe Weld County Sheriff's Office responded to an oil tank battery fire near Highway 14 and Weld County Road 83 near Briggsdale.
1st Anniversary Of Firestone Explosion Nears; Residents Want More ActionIt has almost been a full year since gas seeped into the ground from a well in Firestone causing a home to explode.
Colorado Raising Taxes On Oil, Gas Drillers By $4.8 MillionColorado oil and gas regulators are raising taxes on energy developers to help pay for the environmental impacts of drilling.
Colorado Wildlife Officials Warn Of Drilling Plan's EffectColorado wildlife officials want an oil and gas company to consider proposed drilling's effect on a variety of animals and their habitat.
State Officials To Present Revised Rules For Oil & Gas FlowlinesColorado regulators are working on new rules for thousands of pipelines across the state after last year's fatal home explosion that was caused by a gas leak.
Fracking Protesters Wear Face Masks During Oil & Gas MeetingDozens of people concerned about the impact of fracking took their message to state regulators on Monday. Some even wore face masks to to the Colorado Oil And Gas Conservation Commission to protest fracking near homes.
Colorado Proposes New Rules For Oil-Gas Lines After BlastColorado is proposing tighter rules for taking pipelines out of service after the fatal explosion at a home was blamed on leaking gas.
Colorado Says 430 Pipelines Failed Leak Test After ExplosionColorado regulators say about 430 oil or gas pipelines near occupied buildings failed a leak-detection test that the state ordered after a fatal explosion blamed on a gas line.