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.
New fees for residential, commercial and industrial development start in July RBC — In what may be an unprecedented move by the county, commissioners approved a resolution to establish impact fees on residential, commercial and […]
RBC — As sportsmen flock to western Colorado to hunt elk and mule deer, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership recently announced its protest of federal leases that would permit oil and gas drilling in crucial […]
RBC I Colorado has been something of a pioneer in terms of tracking health risks related to oil and gas production. In 2010, it was the “first in the nation to perform a detailed study” […]