RBC I Williams, which has the largest operation in the Piceance Basin, will add another rig in the Piceance by the end of the year, or sooner, as part of its effort to increase production in the next two years, the Grand Junction Sentinel reported Aug. 16. The company expects to remain flat this year, but will increase by 12 percent in 2011 and 16 percent by 2012. Williams currently accounts for more than one-third of the drilling in the Piceance.
RBC I Most Colorado plates don’t look like the new MyPlate icon released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. That’s because three of four Colorado adults and nine of 10 Colorado children do not […]
DENVER I The Bureau of Land Management Colorado State Office has posted its list of parcels for the quarterly competitive oil and gas lease sale scheduled for 9 a.m., Aug. 12 at the state office. […]
This month, round one of the car registration tax (oops, I mean “fee”) increase took effect. You think doubling that cost is bad now? Wait until rounds two and three hit your wallet. Did you […]