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A task force considering tighter oil and gas air pollution measures in Colorado will apparently not be recommending stricter standards for facilities within a quarter-mile... [Read More]
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Bark beetle activity is minimal on Grand Mesa, but spruce beetles are busily munching through forests in parts of the West Elk and San Juan... [Read More]
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A legal battle between Delta-Montrose Electric Association and its wholesale power provider has escalated with the filing of a lawsuit this week. [Read More]
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Delta-Montrose Electric Association and Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association are sharply criticizing each other in filings with the state Public Utilities Commission over DMEA's desire... [Read More]
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In the thick of cold and snowy January, last summer's numerous Colorado wildfires that darkened skies with smoke, consumed wildlands and threatened and even burned... [Read More]
State regulators have approved a proposal by Ursa Resources to drill 24 wells and a wastewater injection well a little more than 500 feet from... [Read More]
In a highly awaited decision that may very well throw the matter into the legislative arena, the Colorado Supreme Court Monday reversed a Court of... [Read More]
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Regulators OK well pad near mobile homes... [Read More]
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In a highly awaited decision, the Colorado Supreme Court has reversed a Court of Appeals decision that state regulators must condition oil and gas development... [Read More]
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The Bureau of Land Management is issuing at least some oil and gas drilling permits during the current partial government shutdown, a change from a... [Read More]
Natural gas drilling activity in western Colorado's Piceance Basin is on a pace similar to last year's as companies wait to see how a November... [Read More]
The White River National Forest has taken the unusual step of imposing fire restrictions heading into fall, while authorities in Mesa County are holding off... [Read More]
A jury in Garfield County on Friday acquitted a Silt man of felony vehicular homicide in connection with a 2017 Silt traffic accident that killed... [Read More]
The White River National Forest has taken the unusual step of imposing fire restrictions heading into fall, while authorities in Mesa County are holding off... [Read More]
U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., has introduced a bill seeking to ensure that communities and businesses impacted by wildfires on public lands receive necessary disaster-related... [Read More]
Western Slope water interests received verbal assurances but nothing more formal from the Colorado Water Conservation Board Wednesday in regard to concerns about interstate drought-response... [Read More]
The Bureau of Land Management has released a final rule to largely dismantle 2016 regulations aimed at limiting emissions of methane from oil and gas... [Read More]
The Grand Valley's largest domestic water provider and a leading energy company are stepping in to help area irrigators stretch out their watering season due... [Read More]
Several simmering local, state and interstate controversies involving oil and gas development were aired out Monday in western Garfield County as the Colorado Oil and... [Read More]
Organized opposition is taking hold among local oil and gas activists to the proposed Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas export project in Oregon, with those... [Read More]
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