Colorado's oil and gas regulators have released an outline of possible new standards for designing, testing and permanently shutting down flow lines.
For about three years, oil and gas drillers have suffered through low oil prices. In fact, they haven’t been this low for this long in more than a decade.
The plan calls for closing two older units at the Comanche Generating Station — one in 2022 and one in 2025. A third, newer unit would keep operating.
Local governments are exploring what new levels of control they can exert without running afoul of state law.
The company has voluntarily capped and abandoned all of its 1-inch flowlines on vertical wells in the Weld County area.
Broomfield residents will vote next Tuesday in a special citizen recall election.
Aspen set the 100 percent renewable goal in 2006 as part of its Canary Initiative, a climate action plan aimed at reducing the city’s carbon footprint 30 percent by 2020.
Colorado's top regulator says as long as the rules are followed, “there’s very little risk, very little potential harm of having empty, abandoned, plugged, capped lines in the subsurface.”
Cities along the Front Range are growing rapidly and the state’s 54,332 oil and gas wells aren't going anywhere.
A tank explosion happened less than 4 miles away from the Firestone neighborhood, where an April 17 explosion killed two people.