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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...

In wake of oil and gas tax audit, advocates seek penalties...

An anti-fracking group is calling on state regulators to impose fines on oil and gas companies that have failed to report well production data...

The 2020 battle over oil and gas setbacks just started Colorado...

On Tuesday morning, Laurie Anderson, a 46-year-old from Broomfield, watched a white tanker truck and another carrying sand for hydraulic fracturing travel past a...

Benzene spike detected near Greeley elementary school Levels of benzene, a...

State health officials said Monday concentrations of benzene exceeding federal health-based guidelines were recorded near Greeley’s Bella Romero Academy, a majority Latino school in...

Colorado residents ask district court to halt oil and gas drilling...

A group of frustrated Broomfield residents is asking the state court to halt oil and gas drilling in Colorado until state regulators update their...

In Front Range region suffering from poor air quality, oil and...

In September, Gov. Jared Polis signed an executive order aimed at improving air quality in Colorado’s northern Front Range, a region that is still...

Longmont could be testing ground for limits of local control over...

On Dec. 4, Boulder County District Court Judge Nancy W. Salomone reversed an earlier decision to reopen the 2014 case involving an oil and...

Dems set carbon-cutting goal of 50% by 2030; activists call it...

Update: The bill, HB-1261, passed the House on April 16 by a 41-23 party-line vote.  Political realities inside the Gold Dome are tempering lawmakers’ efforts...

By law, state oil and gas regulators must “foster” the industry....

Editor's note: On March 13, the Senate passed the oil and gas bill 19-15 along party lines. Democrats backed several amendments considered favorable to...

Ask the Indy: Analyzing seven big questions about Colorado’s ballot fight...

Colorado Independent readers John Fielder and Daniel Montaño were among several who wanted us to look more closely at Proposition 112. If you have...
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