Historic flooding that took its toll in the heart of Colorado oil and natural gas production in the Denver-Julesburg Basin last September (see Shale Daily, Oct. 10, 2013) will be the subject of a half-day workshop Thursday afternoon hosted by the state's Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (OGCC) to discuss "lessons learned" and whether new policies and rules are needed. Record-breaking floods along the Front Range and eastern plain in September inundated oil and gas operations near streams, damaging production facilities and producing spills of oil, condensate and produced water, according to OGCC. Colorado Oil and Gas Association CEO Tisha Schuller is expected to make a presentation at the workshop.