RBC I Williams announced Monday that it has agreed to purchase additional properties in the Piceance valley east of the company’s existing assets from a private company for approximately $258 million.
RANGELY | Chevron USA recently donated $36,000 to Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) for support of its energy programs.
RBC I As far as the Meeker School District is concerned, energy company ExxonMobil deserves an A+.
Williams Gas Co. employess lead a group of local officials on a tour of the construction site of the company’s new gas plant in the Piceance Basin.
RBC I EnCana and the Colorado Division of Wildlife have produced a training DVD that gives energy workers information to minimize impacts to Colorado wildlife and wildlife habitat. “Wildlife in Colorado: What You Need to […]
RBC I More than 40 community leaders attended an informational meeting June 10 in Meeker, with Don McClure, vice president of EnCana, and Dean Tinsley, director Piceance Highlands Division for Williams Energy, at Mountain Valley […]
Steve Allen, right, Meeker fire chief, visits with Jeff Madison, Rio Blanco County natural resources specialist and planning director, during a tour June 4 of the new Williams Gas Plant in the Piceance Basin.
MEEKER — Join ExxonMobil for a community open house 4-6 p.m. June 24. Fairfield Center 200 Main St. Meeker, CO www.exxonmobil.com
MEEKER — Visual Lease Services has been contracted by Rio Blanco County to GPS and map all oil and gas wells, compressor stations, gas plants, pipelines and lease roads in the county.
RBC — Willliams announced Monday it received approval to construct a new pipeline that will connect the Meeker/White River hub, a regional production area hub, with an existing mainline system south of Rangely. Williams anticipates starting construction on the project in May. […]
RBC (AP) — New figures show the natural gas rig count in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin has taken a bigger percentage drop than in Utah’s Uinta Basin and the entire state of Wyoming. Carter Mathies […]
RANGELY — Expensive. That’s the one word Grant Earl uses to describe a proposal by President Barack Obama to impose a cap-and-trade system on carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants.