RBC — Thirteen environmental groups Friday filed two lawsuits contending the Bureau of Land Management illegally drafted regulations for a commercial oil shale program without having sufficient information on environmental impacts, and alleging a law was violated by failing to ensure taxpayers will receive a fair return from oil shale lease royalties.
MEEKER | In their regular meeting, Meeker’s board of trustees adopted an ordinance that adds golf carts to the OHV section of the town’s municipal code, making their use permissible in town. Operators still have […]
RBC I The Northwest Colorado Oil and Gas forum will meet today, March 3, at Colorado Mountain College, starting at 10 a.m. The open public comment/question period will begin at 11:40 a.m. Tentative agenda items […]
RBC (AP) — Federal land managers have proposed setting aside nearly 2 million acres of public land in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming for potential commercial oil shale development. Related