Monthly Archives: November 2012

Colorado State Land Board to consider Right-Of-Way permits for Front Range Pipeline

On December 6, 2012 the Colorado State Board of Land Commissioners will decide if Right-Of-Way permits on the Lowry Bombing Range will be granted to Front Range Pipeline LLC. Developed by affiliates of Enterprise Products Partners L.P., Anadarko Petroleum Corporation … Continue reading

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Geokinetics now conducting seismic survey in Elbert County

We have had field reports from three separate parties that Geokinetics is actively conducting a seismic survey in Elbert County, CO. The survey lines have been reported along county roads, 13 and 17. The survey equipment consists of geophones that … Continue reading

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Judge: Colorado oil and gas lawsuit vs. Longmont may proceed

By Scott Rochat Longmont Times-Call – November 27, 2012 A state lawsuit against Longmont over oil and gas issues can proceed, and the Colorado Oil and Gas Association can join the suit, a Boulder District Court judge ruled Tuesday.

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Colorado Springs OKs drilling despite fracking fears

7 News – Wednesday, 28 Nov 2012 COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Colorado’s second-largest city has signed off on oil and gas drilling regulations in city limits. The Colorado Springs city council decision Tuesday came after a spirited debate from environmental … Continue reading

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Colorado Springs next front in fracking war

The Associated Press – November 27, 2012 COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—The next front in the Colorado battle over oil and gas fracking is Colorado Springs. That’s where critics of the drilling practice are protesting Tuesday in search of more curbs on … Continue reading

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For oil and gas M&A – it ‘s all quiet on Colorado’s Niobrara front

Mark Jaffe – The Denver Post – November 19, 2012 Oil and gas acquisitions and mergers are still getting done in North Dakota and Texas, but it has gotten quiet on the Colorado Niobrara front, according to the accounting and … Continue reading

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Matt Damon’s Anti-Fracking Movie Financed by Oil-Rich Arab Nation

Rockpick Comment: Why would the United Arab Emerates (UAE), a major oil exporter, financially support a movie that vilifies the technology of hydraulic fracturing and the American Oil Industry? You Decide.   Lachlan Markay – The Foundry, September 28, 2012 … Continue reading

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Colorado energy regulators hear plenty about proposal

Cathy Proctor Reporter- Denver Business Journal The state’s proposal to expand requirements for water-quality testing before and after an oil and gas well is drilled either goes too far, or isn’t needed, according to people who testified during a day-long … Continue reading

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