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Garfield County commissioners voted Monday to contribute $5,000 of the county's discretionary fund to an energy symposium in Grand Junction. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has more.
Investigation continues into the source of a spill of liquid hydrocarbons near Parachute Creek, but Williams officials now believe the source to be a failed pressure guage on a pipeline owned by Williams Partners.
Several monitoring wells around the creek have shown benzene levels greatly exceeding the EPA standards for drinking water.
KDNK News has provided ongoing coverage of the spill, which you can listen to in our news archives.
Governor Hickenlooper made a visit to Glenwood Springs today to commemorate the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority's new natural gas bus system. KDNK's Ed Williams was there and filed this report.
The Bureau of Land Management is auctioning off close to 100 leases for natural gas drilling in Colorado today but 20 parcels in and around Paonia, Crawford, and Hotchkiss won't be among them. Citizens who have taken a stand against gas drilling in the North Fork Valley are happy but the specter of natural gas exploration in the area still looms. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has this report.
And click through to hear the full interview with author Eugenia Bone, who went to Washington DC in January to talk with legislators and BLM officials about gas drilling in the North Fork Valley.
Several Carbondale residents were among a small crowd that gathered in Rifle Thursday night for Garfield County's Energy Advisory Board meeting. KDNK's Marilyn Gleason was there and has this report.
In December, the Bureau of Land Management approved an expansion of the West Elk Coal Mine, southeast of Somerset, Colorado, which could impact a nearby roadless area. Environmentalists may take action against the decision, but government agencies say the expansion is not yet set in stone. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has more about the complicated, multi-level approval process.
Gary Osier was Assistant District Ranger and Forest Minerals Specialist at the Rifle Ranger District of the White River National Forest for 20 of his 32-year U.S. Forest Service career. He retired in 2003 but still knows the Thompson Divide almost by heart. He recently spoke with KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh about two natural gas wells proposed by Houston-based SG Interests near 4 Mile Park. Their conversation begins with the exact location of the proposed wells.
The agency that regulates oil and gas drilling in Colorado is considering new rules that could mandate water quality testing by drilling companies, and increase the required distance between gas wells and existing buildings. Kirby Wynn, Garfield County's Oil and Gas Liaison, briefed the county's Energy Advisory Board Thursday night on the draft regulations written by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. KDNK's Nelson Harvey was there and has this report.
At the Garfield County board of commissioners meeting Monday morning, locals responded to news of a new drilling application in the Thompson Divide. KDNK's Eric Skalac was there and has this report.
Texas-based SG Interests recently filed an application to drill a gas lease in the Thompson Divide area. The Bureau of Land Management, or BLM, and the US Forest Service are reviewing the application, and once they deem it complete, the two agencies will initiate an environmental assessment process.
KDNK's Eric Skalac spoke to the BLM spokesman David Boyd to find out what that process would entail.