TODAY: Live Stream the 2013 Natural Gas Symposium

Gary Graham spoke today on a panel at the 2013 Natural Gas Symposium at Colorado State University. The symposium aims to “to educate, inform and discuss complex issues while finding viable solutions.” The stated objectives of the symposium are to cover the following topic areas: Environment/Air & Water Climate Community/Public Continue reading

The Flood & Oil/Gas Operations

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With the immediate danger of the recent flood hopefully ending, the state, energy companies and others are prioritizing an assessment of damage to oil and gas infrastructure and the extent of associated contamination of water and soils. It will take time to fully understand the impacts of what occurred, but Continue reading

UPDATE: Parachute Creek Spill – High Levels of Benzene

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Back in March we wrote about the Parachute Creek spill and reported that: “More than 60,000 gallons of toxic hydrocarbons have leaked into the ground, threatening tributaries of the Colorado River north of the town of Parachute, Colorado.  As of March 19, the responsible party (Williams Midstream) acknowledged that 5,418 gallons of oil had been spilled Continue reading