Cracks in fracking disclosure

DEAN HUMPHREY/Daily Sentinel file photo—A crew works near Parachute at a natural gas well site operated by Encana, one of a number of companies that will face action by state regulators over compliance with the required disclosure of chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing. The suspected violations involve mistakes and missed deadlines with paperwork, according to a state official.



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DEAN HUMPHREY/Daily Sentinel file photo—A crew works near Parachute at a natural gas well site operated by Encana, one of a number of companies that will face action by state regulators over compliance with the required disclosure of chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing. The suspected violations involve mistakes and missed deadlines with paperwork, according to a state official.

Colorado oil and gas regulators are scheduled to take their first enforcement measures against companies for their suspected failure to fully comply with a year-and-a-half-old rule requiring…




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I sure dont feel protected from benzene emissions and other air toxics from disposal pits, drilling, the whole operation. I strongly support the industry, but the COGCC needs to make sure operations are done safety, and to seriously oversee the practices.

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