June 2019, Vol. 246, No. 6


Colorado: Litmus Test for Oil, Gas Development’s Future

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor A glimpse at what is ahead for the oil and natural gas industry politically played out in the first quarter of 2019 in Colorado, a state long recognized for its ability to balance energy development, economics and the environment. That delicate balance has now been thrown off kilter as a surge of progressive Democratic leaders in the governor’s office and legislature has coalesced to upend decades of semi-peaceful co-existence between burgeoning well sites and equally expansive communities. Some political sleight of hand and a solid Democratic majority throughout state government resulted in a complete regulato

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