“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.
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.
The utility says it may have been a good snow year but conservation is still needed.
A new CU-Boulder program teaches residents who live near oil and gas development how to monitor their water.
CPR's series Fracking and Water: The Ripple Effect continues this week with a look at whether natural gas is leaking into water wells.
We continue our series Fracking and Water: The Ripple Effect with a look at how much water the oil and gas industry is recycling.
Take a walk through an oil operation to learn the difference between a drilling rig, a fracking operation or a completed well.
In the first installment of our series Fracking and Water: The Ripple Effect, we examine how trucking factors into the local economy and what local residents are saying.
The state is working on its first water plan to address the projected gap between how much water Colorado has and what the state needs.