Comments from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on the recovery and clean-up efforts following Colorado’s historic floods directly contradict the fear mongering of environmental activists who have played politics with this tragedy since the beginning.
By Simon Lomax Comments from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on the recovery and clean-up efforts following Colorado’s historic floods directly contradict the fear mongering of environmental activists who have played politics with this tragedy since the beginning. The EPA’s Oct. 3 comments are particularly noteworthy given that news outlets like the Denver Post [...]
Fram Americas LLC’s plans to drill 108 exploratory oil wells in the Whitewater Federal Production Unit just southeast of Grand Junction has generated plenty of support and opposition, since the company announced it earlier this year. The company, a 99.6 percent subsidiary of Norwegian Fram Exploration, submitted the Whitewater unit Master Development Plan (MDP) to [...]
Energy companies can benefit from robust Human Capital Management (HCM) efforts that focus specifically on skills inventory and planning, maintaining and developing young talent, and applying creative techniques to meet hiring objectives.
The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) has reported there are currently eleven notable releases, with three additional since 9/23. On Monday, the COGCC had nine teams inspecting tanks and assessing locations for an additional 157 wells and 71 tank batteries.
Contentions over the withholding of federal mineral lease payments again pit state against federal government. Rep. Scott Tipton said that his district faces a number of challenges and that those lease revenues, which are intended to assist the local communities from which the minerals are extracted, ought to be returned to it.
Domestic shale oil production could shoot up to 5 million barrels per day by 2017, making the United States the top oil producing country in the world, according to a researcher at Harvard Kennedy School. Nationwide, production of all oil could increase from 11.3 million to 16 million barrels per day by 2017.