The U.S. Congress urged the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to study the relationship between hydraulic fracturing and drinking water.
There’s no evidence of water-based contaminants seeping into drinking water wells atop a vast oil and gas field in northeastern Colorado, according to Colorado State University scientists working to protect and inform citizens about the safety of their water.
Lifting what it describes as an outdated ban on crude oil exports from the United States could bolster energy production and in turn the economy in resource-rich Colorado, according to a coalition of business and economic development leaders in the state.
When Gov. John Hickenlooper expressed his support for the Jordan Cove Energy Project, he joined the Grand Junction Economic Partnership, Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce, and West Slope Colorado Oil and Gas Association in citing the potential economic benefits of the project to western Colorado.
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo On Friday congress will vote to overturn the oil export ban originally introduced in 1975.
Oil and gas supporters have been vocal about working to end the crude oil export ban, so Colorado could start shipping some natural resources. Click here to watch the video
Groups, businesses and individuals come together to end oil export ban. Click here to watch the video
Protection. It’s a powerful motivator. It’s why we fund defense and intelligence to keep us safe from those in the world who don’t share our values and wish us harm. It’s why we lock our doors at night to provide confidence and comfort for our loved ones. It’s the motivation behind keeping us from exporting…
More than 90 economic development groups, businesses and elected officials from across Colorado have signed a letter to the state’s Congressional delegation calling on them to support lifting a national ban on crude oil exports. The signees include the business coalition Vital for Colorado, the Colorado Bankers Association, the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry…