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 »
DENVER — Statement from Dan Haley, President & CEO of the Colorado Oil & Gas Association, on Governor John Hickenlooper’s Executive Order to address state-owned orphan wells in Colorado. Read More »
DENVER – The Colorado Oil and Gas Association (COGA) presented a check to Tennyson Center for Children today after its members raised $332,000 for the non-profit.
Tennyson Center for Children is dedicated to helping children who have experienced severe abuse, neglect, and/or trauma so they can bravely, and safely, change their life’s story. Read More »