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A citizen-led, grassroots organization to protect Colorado from neighborhood fracking. 🚫⛰🏗💥😷🌊🌊🌊
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Colorado Rising Jun 18
“The objective criteria does not address any cumulative impacts to health and safety or issues. We feel that objective criteria are in violation of 181’s overall mandate.”
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Colorado Rising Jun 17
Live tweet from COGCC hearing: COGCC Commissioners, Howard Boignon, John Putnam not at all pleased with industry motions to strike community group comments from the record.
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North Range Concerned Citizens (Official) Jun 12
Visit the North Range Concerned Citizens tent at the Commerce City Neighborhood Outreach Event on Thursday, June 13 from 6-8:30pm at Fronterra Park (10020 Joplin Street. Learn everything you need to know about oil and gas fracking proposed for 95% of northern Commerce City.
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Colorado Rising Jun 12
“With our technique, we could show that the majority is produced from oil and gas and that the agricultural sources are a significant minor source for methane in the region,” Volkamer said.
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Colorado Rising Jun 12
Eliminate methane emissions??? You must be joking...
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North Range Concerned Citizens (Official) Jun 12
Burning off America’s independence.
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Colorado Rising Jun 11
Flaring is an all-around detrimental practice and should be ended. If they can't safely store the product or get it to market, THEY SHOULDN'T BE DRILLING.
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Carl B. Erickson Jun 11
Kinda reminds me of my addict behavior, I would pawn the pots and pans to pay for booze. Then when it came time to eat, I'd just go out and buy more booze, 'cause, heck, if I bought food I'd have no way to cook it anyway...
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Joe Salazar Jun 10
It’s utterly ridiculous and irresponsible that more attention has not been paid to this situation. You don’t have to be a soothsayer to know we are already cleaning up after this dirty industry. Coloradans are paying millions for abandoned wells.
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Colorado Rising Jun 10
This may seem like a positive headline for our efforts but let it serve as a warning that all of the wells without proper bonding for clean up could very likely become the burden of taxpayers when these companies go under.
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Dan Leftwich Jun 8
This decision is affirmation of the principle that the implied easement granted to O/G companies to use your surface estate (incl. public open space) to frack for miles in every direction is a trespass.
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Colorado Rising Jun 7
“Our opinion only affirms a classical rule of property jurisprudence: it is trespassing to go on someone’s land without the right to do so.” Proof uses outdated laws to force drilling on people that don't want it.
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Colorado Rising Jun 7
I bet is glad we didn't cite this article that details the multiple failures that led to the Windsor explosion and the "atomic bomb" the fire department narrowly avoided.
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WildEarth Guardians' Climate and Energy Program Jun 7
's industry will stop at nothing to hide dirty laundry, stifle opposition! Latest, Extraction Oil and Gas motion to strike references to well explosions, disasters highlighted by , others in rulemaking.
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North Range Concerned Citizens (Official) Jun 5
If it's not safe for trained workers, then it's not safe for neighborhoods. Same location. Six workers total. '17 and '19. – Same location as 6/5/19
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Colorado Rising Jun 5
BREAKING: All three workers were taken to the hospital with burn injuries, according to Pawnee Fire. Two of them were taken by helicopter.
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Lance Hernandez Jun 5
Three people flown to North Medical Center following an apparent explosion & fire at Summit Midstream’s Hereford Gas Plant on WCR 71 just north of WCR 136. No official word on conditions yet.
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Ethan Bellamy Jun 5
Emergency responders rushing to DCP Midstream Hereford plant for unknown incident |
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Colorado Rising Jun 5
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Major King Jun 5
On scene of some kind of fire/possible explosion at the Hereford Gas Plant in up near the WY line. There is a report of 3 possible injuries at the plant SE of Cheyenne
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