Dennis M. Davin, Secretary of the Department of Community and Economic Development, talked with Hart Energy about the potential impact and benefits for the natural gas industry and state residents.
This year Colorado lawmakers passed Senate Bill 19-181, tightening regulations on the state's oil and gas industry.
The key goal of the "Green New Deal" backed by many Democratic presidential candidates would cost $4.7 trillion and pose massive economic and social challenges, says Wood Mackenzie report.
GPA Midstream's Charlotte Sawyer cautioned attendees at Midstream Texas ‘fines and penalties have the potential to cripple the energy industry.’
While attention has focused on the legislation’s real estate aspect, energy companies can benefit, too.
Broomfield City Council approved a six-month moratorium on new natural gas and oil development in the city, becoming the seventh Colorado community to impose a ban since the introduction of Senate Bill 181 in March.
Democratic Senator Tammy Duckworth on Wednesday asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Inspector General to investigate why the agency vastly expanded its use of waivers to exempt small refineries from the nation's biofuel law.