Plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit that calls into question Anadarko Petroleum's safety at Colorado operations have appealed to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Former Anadarko Employees Say Denver Office Was Beset By Culture Of Male ‘Sexual Gratification,’ Bullying And Retaliation
A letter obtained by CPR and verified by a former company senior executive alleges top Anadarko executives had sex in the office during business hours, and then retaliated and bullied the witness who reported it.
Senate Bill 181 passed the Senate two weeks ago and is expected to clear the House as early as Friday. Gov. Jared Polis supports it.
The Judge said attorneys for the shareholder had revised the lawsuit twice, but that it still didn't meet legal requirements.
Erin Martinez lost her brother and her husband in the Firestone home explosion nearly two years ago. Now she's speaking out in favor of new oil and gas reforms.
Results were originally projected for 12 to 18 months after the spring 2017 explosion.
Many Republicans fear these new proposals could drive up costs for the energy industry and push them to invest outside of Colorado.
If passed, Proposition 112 will increase the minimum distance between new wells and homes, offices, rivers and playgrounds to 2,500 feet.
Shanann Watts’ Facebook page painted a portrait of a happy married life — of a woman dedicated to her husband and their two young children.
Most of the new information in the amended complaint comes from a whistleblower only identified as “Former Employee 7.”