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.
Activists To Oil And Gas Commission: 'You Have Blood On Your Hands'Activists packed an oil and gas meeting on Monday and loudly sent a message that they want Colorado to stop issuing permits for fracking.
Company Says 99% Of Its Gas Lines Passed Tests After BlastAn energy company that owns a natural gas pipeline linked to a fatal home explosion in Colorado said more than 99 percent of the pipelines it tested afterward showed no sign of leaks.
129,000 Oil, Gas Lines Identified Near Buildings In ColoradoEnergy companies are reporting they have nearly 129,000 underground oil and gas pipelines within 1,000 feet (300 meters) of occupied buildings in Colorado.
Expecting Parents To File Suit After Explosive Gas Detected In LotJust weeks after being told their home was safe to live in, one family elected to move out of their residence.
Phase 1 Of Oil & Gas Facility Inspections CompleteThe first phase oil and gas facility inspections ordered by the governor has now reached its deadline.
1st Phase Of Oil & Gas Well Inspections Nearly CompleteAnadarko Petroleum is wrapping up the first phase of oil and gas well inspections across Colorado as ordered by Gov. John Hickenlooper after last month's deadly home explosion in Firestone.
Residents Put In Gas Detectors From Anadarko Following Deadly ExplosionResidents of the Oak Meadows neighborhood in Firestone are putting in alarms that detect explosive gases.
Company Pays For Explosive Gas Detectors Following Another DeathInvestigators still are not releasing the name of the man killed in Thursday's oil tank explosion in Mead.
Investigation: Gas Flow Line May Have Been Cut During Sewer WorkA preliminary investigation has revealed that a gas flow line may have been cut during a sewer installation that later led to a home explosion in Firestone last month that killed two people.