Category: Media

Shale revolution helps lower prices at pump, makes Colorado better

Shale revolution helps lower prices at pump, makes Colorado better This column ran in the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel on December 7, 2014 Take a peek in your wallet. Chances are, you have a little extra cash in your pocket this holiday season. Thanks to fracking and increased domestic drilling, if you filled up an SUV…

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LOVELAND BUSINESS AND CIVIC LEADERS TELL GOVERNOR’S TASK FORCE THAT FRACKING IS MAKING COLORADO BETTER

For Immediate Release: November 19, 2014   LOVELAND BUSINESS AND CIVIC LEADERS TELL GOVERNOR’S TASK FORCE THAT FRACKING IS MAKING COLORADO BETTER Full-page Newspaper Ad Asks Task Force to Protect the Regulations Already in Place LOVELAND (November 19, 2014) — More than 25 business and community leaders in Loveland have signed an open letter to Governor…

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Energy Pipeline: News briefs

More than 30,000 sign Vital for Colorado’s pledge DENVER – Vital for Colorado has collected more than 30,000 pledges from residents who support Colorado’s oil and gas industry. The pledge outlines seven principles regarding energy development and hydraulic fracturing that are paramount to a vibrant and successful oil and natural gas industry in Colorado, including…

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Hickenlooper backs talks on oil & gas local-control bill, but isn’t sure bill will come

 http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2014/05/01/hickenlooper-backs-talks-on-oil-gas-local-control.html?page=all Ed Sealover | Denver Business Journal Oil and gas industry leaders who are working with legislators on a proposal to increase the regulatory authority of local governments have the support of Gov. John Hickenlooper in their efforts to find a solution — efforts the governor estimated Wednesday to have a “50/50” chance of producing a late-session bill. Several…

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Denver Business Journal: University of Colorado study suggests major job loss from proposed fracking ban

Mar 26, 2014, 9:07am MDT Updated: Mar 26, 2014, 3:59pm MDT By: Neil Westergaard and Heather Draper Denver Business Journal Fracking draws the ire of environmental activists, many of whom envision a world without the controversial process. But economists from the University of Colorado (CU) predict job losses of 93,000, and $12 billion in lost gross…

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Denver Business Journal: New Colorado business group aims to counter anti-fracking movement

Mar 5, 2014, 6:14pm MST    By Cathy Proctor Denver Business Journal A new coalition of 43 business and civic groups along with dozens of businesses and individuals from across Colorado has been formed to advocate for the state’s oil and gas industry. The group is called Vital for Colorado. Its website is here. “We’re trying…

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VITAL FOR COLORADO TO RALLY BUSINESS, CIVIC LEADERS IN SUPPORT OF BALANCED STATEWIDE OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENT

For Immediate Release: March 5, 2014 Contact: Peter Moore (pmoore@polsinelli.com) Rachel Nance (rnance@lrrlaw.com) ‘VITAL FOR COLORADO’ TO RALLY BUSINESS, CIVIC LEADERS IN SUPPORT OF BALANCED STATEWIDE OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENT VITAL CHAIRMAN: “It isn’t just oil and gas companies who will suffer if these attempts to hijack our state’s energy policy succeed. The entire economy…

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From the Motley Fool: Fracking Fueled This $100 Billion Revival in America

By Matthew DiLallo December 5, 2013 Manufacturing is coming back to America. The numbers are quite stunning, actually. Estimates suggest that nearly $100 billion is being spent to bring manufacturing back to America. What’s almost as surprising is this revival in the manufacturing sector isn’t due to some new government program or business-friendly tax break….

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