01.16.15

Timnath residents worry about drilling's health effects

Some Timnath parents worry they're being forced to participate in a long-term experiment about the health effects of living near oil and gas drilling sites.

 

01.16.15

Colorado property tax report shows big jump in values

Colorado residential and business property values, with the exception of natural resources, are up sharply in the past two years, according to a report Thursday from the state's Division of Property Taxation.

 

01.16.15

Facing Strong Pro-Energy Turnout in Greeley, Anti-Fracking Activists Turn to Desperation Tactics

Oil and gas task force hearings aren't exactly going activists' way - and they're starting to get desperate.

 

01.15.15

Oil and gas chief: Local government needs more say in siting oil, gas wells

Colorado has nearly 2,000 active oil and gas wells for every inspector and would need to add one inspector a year to keep up with recent trends, the state's top energy industry regulator said Thursday.

 

01.15.15

Remember mineral owners in fracking debate

LTE Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development recently shared an important, but often under-told story about farmers who support fracking.

 

01.15.15

Just Fracking Wrong: Colo. Task Force Leader Undermines Her Credibility

Gwen Lachelt says banning HF isn't about stopping O&G development, but she knows better than that.

 

01.15.15

Tom Steyer's Political Firm Pressures Colorado Oil & Gas Task Force

Future failed Senate candidate Tom Steyer lends his political/PR shop to activists pushing HF ban in Colo.

 

01.09.15

House OKs Keystone XL pipeline

Defying a presidential veto threat, the House of Representatives passed a bill approving the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.

 

01.09.15

Nebraska court tosses suit over Keystone pipeline

Nebraska's highest court tossed a lawsuit Friday challenging a proposed route for the Keystone XL oil pipeline, saying the landowners who sued didn't have legal standing to do so. The Nebraska Supreme Court decision could remove a major roadblock for the $7 billion cross-continental project.

 

01.06.15

First bill in GOP-run Senate seeks to approve oil pipeline

Setting up what is likely to be the first of many confrontations with the White House, the Republican-controlled Senate Tuesday announced its first piece of legislation, a bill to approve the construction of the much-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline.