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Update: State fines oil and gas company for 2017 Firestone explosion...

Update: This story was originally published on March 12. On April 13, the COGCC voted unanimously to levy the $18.2 million fine. "For my family...

Bulk of missing oil and gas production reports comes from three...

Just three oil and gas companies appear to be responsible for the majority of missing well production reports that the state uses to ensure...

Citizens put renewable energy on this year’s ballots Across several states,...

The fossil fuel-friendly Trump administration has been busy rolling back environmental regulations and opening millions of acres of public land to oil and gas...

Listen: Indy Editor Susan Greene discusses her bombshell story about Anadarko...

Earlier this week, we reported on allegations made by six former Anadarko employees who say the oil and gas giant demonstrated a pattern of...

Former Anadarko brass slam company for safety risks, callousness

Six former Anadarko employees have come forward on behalf of investors to describe a culture of corporate callousness that puts profits before safety. The...

One worker dead, three injured in Anadarko gas tank explosion near...

One worker was killed and three injured near Mead when an oil tank battery exploded this afternoon. The facility, which stores extracted oil and gas...

Anadarko to close wells near Firestone explosion, citing “sensitivity”

Oil and gas operator Anadarko will permanently shut down the well linked to the fatal home explosion in Firestone and two other wells nearby,...

FRACTURED: Reckless abandonment

Editor’s note: Daniel Glick and Ted Wood of The Story Group, along with Kelsey Ray of The Colorado Independent, have been reporting on oil...

Hickenlooper on Firestone: “We’re going to reevaluate our entire inspection process”

Gov. John Hickenlooper announced during a press conference this afternoon that the state is going to reevaluate the entire oil and gas inspection process following...

Cause of Colorado home explosion: Uncapped, abandoned line, ‘fugitive gas’

An abandoned underground pipe running from a nearby Anadarko Petroleum well to the foundation of the Firestone home that exploded last month had not...
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