Our series, Fracking and Water: The Ripple Effect, investigates how much water is used, recycled, transported and disposed of in Colorado.
“The Ripple Effect” examines whether the oil and gas boom is driving up the price of water. Some residents worry that the industry’s deep pockets will price farmers out of business. But, the truth is far more complicated.
Opponents of oil and gas development in the White River National Forest are getting another shot at trying to block drilling there.
The quantity and quality of water that comes to the surface depends on the geology of the area and the depth of of the well.
Gov. Hickenlooper says he could call a special session if lawmakers succeed in crafting bill.
A look back through the decades at energy development and how state and local oversight has evolved through a long series of court cases and rule changes.
A new CU-Boulder program teaches residents who live near oil and gas development how to monitor their water.
The Wall Street Journal's senior energy reporter explores two big question in a new book: Will fracking provide the energy to power the world? And at what cost?
With the Denver Post's "Energy and Environment" section raising questions, we talk with a media ethicist about sponsored content in newspapers.
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers is hosting colleagues from 11 other states to discuss oil and gas drilling.