In western Colorado, an energy boom of unprecedented proportions has been layered on top of a thriving amenity economy. Which will come out on top?
RANGELY — A spokesperson for the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) took exception to statements made by a speaker at the monthly networking meeting held in Rangely.
RBC — Canadian energy giant EnCana Corp., Colorado’s second-largest gas producer, announced Monday it will split the company into separate natural gas and oil companies. According to The Denver Post, no changes are expected for EnCana operations, including its network of gas wells in the Piceance Basin. The gas company
RBC — Williams announced last week that it has agreed to purchase SandRidge Energy’s, and other parties’ interests in the Piceance Basin, for approximately $285 million cash. The parties expect the transaction to close in the second quarter.
Wildlife researchers turn attention to energy development in Piceance RBC — Energy experts say Colorado’s Piceance Basin is one of the largest natural gas reserves in North America.
RBC — Rio Blanco County Commissioners approved a Special Use License (SUL) for Williams Field Services Company for the construction, operation and maintenance of the Willow Creek Gas Plant Project in the Piceance Basin last Monday.