No on wastewater well is a way to compromise

The Denver Post recently opined on the need for greater compromise regarding oil and gas development in the state — especially in light of plans by public companies to ramp up drilling operations to the tune of $4 billion this year.

Garfield County commissioners have the opportunity to lead the way on what compromise looks like, but they’re off to a rocky start. They’re dealing with an issue more common on the Front Range — urban drilling.

Ursa Resources has begun drilling for natural gas in Battlement Mesa, an unincorporated development of several thousand residents near Parachute in Garfield County.


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    The Denver Post recently opined on the need for greater compromise regarding oil and gas development in the state — especially in light of plans by public companies to ramp up drilling operations to the tune of $4 billion this year.  … more

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