RBC | The federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is responsible for the management of all mineral resources owned by U.S. Citizens—the taxpayers—and Indians on tribal lands. On Nov. 18, 2016, after deliberations with public […]
RBC | The Rangely Town Council spent Valentine’s Day in a council meeting. In addition to updates from the town manager, they also discussed the working agreement with the new Board of County Commissioners for […]
RBC | The Rio Blanco County Board of Commissioners, after discussion prior to the regular meeting with local operators, approved Resolution 2017-08 on Feb. 13, which extends a 2015 moratorium on impact fees for another […]
RBC | Congressman Scott Tipton (CO-03) has requested that the Administration prioritize a review of the Jordan Cove Energy and Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline Project (Jordan Cove) and fill the current vacancies within the Federal […]
RANGELY | Last week Encana Oil and Gas announced the sale of the Rangely based Douglas Creek Field to SWEVCO-SABW. Doug Hock, Encana Manager of Media Relations, said on Monday “Encana Oil and Gas (USA) […]
RBC I Just a few short years ago, the shrillest environmentalist voices targeted oil companies’ “obscene” profits. Today, American energy producers are swallowing big losses. Yet rather than celebrating, those same environmentalists have gone silent.
Dear Editor: Times are tough for the natural gas business in Northwest Colorado. But tough times don’t diminish the appreciation our association has for partnerships in Rio Blanco County.
RBC I On Jan. 22, as “Snowzilla” was about to hit Washington D.C. and much of the East Coast, Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell announced much-anticipated rules on emissions from oil and gas production on […]
RBC I During her official launch speech, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tossed out a big clue about the direction she would take the country’s climate change policy. If elected, she vowed, she would seek […]