Conservation groups filed a request for State Director Review (SDR) last week regarding the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) approval of 108 new oil wells in western Colorado, southeast of Grand Junction, at the
foot of the Grand Mesa.
The Denver-based Western Energy Alliance is leading the blowback from industry over the BLM decision to pull oil and gas leases from its November sale. The organizations asserts that the federal agency unlawfully caved in to a special interest group.14Jan2014 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
A coalition of Colorado citizen groups, including the Grand Valley Citizens Alliance, seeks greater air quality protections related to oil and gas operations that are located within one-quarter mile of homes and schools.10Jan2014 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
The funds will help with the construction of as many as 30 compressed natural gas fueling stations, and for the adoption of at least 1,000 natural gas vehicles to be awarded for use statewide.20Dec2013 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
A pilot project in Garfield County aimed at boosting the use of alternative-fuel vehicles locally could help provide the market jump start needed to open a public compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Glenwood Springs.29Jul2013 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
Authorities are investigating after construction crews discovered a problem with a liquid gas pipeline that allowed a carcinogen to seep into the ground near a large creek that feeds into the Colorado River. The leak near an energy plant in Western Colorado was discovered largely by accident, even though several state and federal agencies are charged with
monitoring gas pipelines in the state.
“These stewardship contracts will bring new jobs to the state, create a healthier forest for the surrounding communities, reduce wildfire risk and help generate a new source of renewable energy.”27Nov2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
Supporters say that environmentalists, a hostile Pitkin County government and sympathetic federal bureaucrats are conspiring to sabotage the industry’s plans to drill on federal lands in Thompson Divide.9Nov2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
“These types of partnerships create jobs and help strengthen our country’s economy while at the same time reducing manufacturing’s environmental footprint by switching to a cleaner burning and highly-regulated source of energy,”
said Colorado Governor Hickenlooper.
Bill Barrett Corporation is selling multiple assets in Wyoming, including its Wind River Basin natural gas properties and Powder River Basin coal bed methane assets. While on the West Slope, Antero Resources is selling off all of its natural gas and pipeline assets in the Piceance Basin.5Nov2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
A variety of features make the three-story building 22 percent more energy efficient than a similarly sized building without the same features. Among the energy efficiency measures are sensors that control the use of lights, heating and air conditioning, and computers.1Nov2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
Citizens Supporting Property Rights recently formed to represent the land and mineral owners and citizens of Routt County who see the oil and gas industry as business partners.21Oct2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
As EPA Hearings Begin, Colorado Makes Strides toward Reducing Carbon Emissions
Today, I will be testifying in support of the EPA’s power plant carbon standard at a hearing in Denver. As one of four locations where the EPA will be seeking public comment on the draft rule this week, Colorado is a mighty fine choice. The Rocky Mountain State is well positioned to exceed its proposed carbon emissions reduction target and serves as an excellent example of how a state can successfully transition toward a low-carbon, clean energy economy.READ THE FULL POST »