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Colorado Gov. Hickenlooper Wants Fracking Disclosure Rules

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) said he expects the Centennial State to adopt new rules requiring oil and gas companies to publicly disclose the ingredients used in hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, fluids by the end of the year. The governor said such disclosure would "restore public confidence"...

William A. Ruskin on State Fracking Disclosure Requirements

By William A. Ruskin Opponents of fracking argue that it is necessary for the public, and health and safety professionals, to have full access to information on the constituents of hydraulic fracturing fluids and waste. In a report released on July 26, 2012 titled, " State Hydraulic Fracturing...

State Net Capitol Journal: Colorado Gov. Hickenlooper Proposes New Colorado Drilling Regulations

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) last week proposed new rules to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from oil and gas drilling operations in the Centennial State. His proposals include a first-in-the-nation call to force drillers to reduce the emission of methane, a potent greenhouse gas linked to global...

Steptoe & Johnson PLLC: The Impacts of the 2014 Elections on Colorado’s Energy Industry

By Lori A. Dawkins, Member, and Devin C. Daines, Associate The results and impacts of Colorado’s recent elections were widely regarded as positive by those in the energy industry. By narrowly winning a second term, Governor John Hickenlooper will be able to keep intact his oil and gas task force...