DENVER –- The Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA) has produced an interactive website that encourages Coloradans to explore the key regulations applied to oil and natural gas development in our state, making it one of the most regulated industries in the country Read More »
DENVER –- Colorado voters reject Proposition 112, an initiative aimed at shutting down the oil and natural gas industry.
The following is a statement from Dan Haley, President & CEO of the Colorado Oil & Gas Association:
“The thousands of men and women who work tirelessly each day to provide all of us the energy we need are proud to call Colorado home. We’re grateful that Coloradans stood with the energy sector to oppose this measure. I want every Coloradan to know that we are committed to developing our resources in a responsible manner that protects the environment and keeps our employees and communities healthy and safe ... 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 –- 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 »