DENVER, Colo. – XTO Energy Inc., a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation, today announced its plans to transfer 5,000 acre-feet of water to the State of Colorado on behalf of ExxonMobil in order to address serious drought conditions on the state’s Western Slope. Read More »
Activists, out-of-state interests seeking to ban industry with 2,500-foot setback
DENVER –- The Colorado Secretary of State verified today that supporters of Initiative 97, a 2,500-foot setback measure, have submitted the necessary signatures to qualify for this fall’s ballot.
“Coloradans need to know exactly what is at stake: private property rights, more than 100,000 good-paying jobs, more than $1 billion in taxes for schools, parks and libraries, and our nation’s energy security. A half-mile setback is a blatant attempt by activists to ban oil and natural gas in Colorado and put working families on the unemployment line,” sai ... Read More »
DENVER –- The Colorado Oil and Gas Association is proud to announce the following winners chosen for the 2018 Summit Awards.
“The purpose of the Summit Awards is to recognize outstanding leaders from the oil and natural gas community for their contribution to our industry,” said Dan Haley, COGA President and CEO. “This year’s recipients all have that special passion that pushes Colorado’s industry forward and a thoughtfulness that allows oil and natural gas development to thrive.”
Industry Advocate Award: Peter Moore, Vital for Colorado
Emerging Leader Award: Heidi Gill, Urban Solution Group
Fred Julander Lif ... Read More »
DENVER –- Colorado Rising turned in signatures for Initiative 97 around 12:30 pm, August 6. In a Facebook live video, organizers claimed to have submitted 171,000 signatures. A total of 98,492 signatures are required to make the ballot. The Secretary of State now has 30 days to announce if the measure qualifies for the ballot. Read More »