Anadarko, Noble Energy back new player in Colorado’s energy, fracking debates

NobleEnergyLogoCathy Proctor Reporter-Denver Business JournalSeptember 5, 2013

Anadarko Petroleum Corp. and Noble Energy Inc. — two of Colorado’s biggest oil and gas operators — are backing a new group that’s wading into the controversy over booming energy production and the widespread use of hydraulic fracturing in the state.

They filed paperwork with Secretary of State Scott Gessler Aug. 26 to create the nonprofit Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development, or CRED (website here).

An announcement from the group Thursday said it planned to focus on “a new public education effort in Colorado … aimed at informing the general public about the energy, economic and environmental benefits of safe and responsible oil and natural gas development.”

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