Calgary stalwart Encana Corp. will be making Denver its new home after winning investor approval to relocate and to change its brand to Ovintiv.
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A recent audit is questioning the economic value of the Denver International Airport (DEN) portfolio of 71 oil and natural gas wells, prompting officials to consider plugging and abandoning some of the currently uneconomic ones.
BP plc is expanding its U.S. presence, establishing its Lower 48 headquarters in Denver to be near substantial assets in the Rocky Mountains, which are expected to return as an “important energy hub of the future.”
The Denver metropolitan area is expected to meet the 2008 federal ozone standard of 75 parts per billion (ppb), officials at the Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC) said recently, but it may turn out to be too little too late, since the Obama administration has already raised the standard.
Warren Resources Inc. is moving its corporate headquarters from New York City to Denver in a shift aimed at cutting costs amid the commodities downturn and bringing more efficiency to its administrative operations.
Xcel Energy on Friday was hoping a week of heavy rains would subside and allow its utility crews to restore service in various areas west and north of metropolitan Denver on Colorado’s Front Range where there was a lot of flooding, inaccessible areas and exposed distribution pipelines.
Colorado’s top oil and natural gas regulator told executives in Denver Tuesday that adopting a culture in the onshore that goes above and beyond what’s legally required will do more than anything to achieve community acceptance.
Elected officials in Adams County, northeast of Denver, CO, have rejected a land use permit request for the proposed 435-mile, natural gas liquids (NGL) Front Range Pipeline, which is targeted to traverse the county on its way to an interconnection in the Texas panhandle.
Denver-based Whiting Petroleum Corp. officials said Friday they expected to greatly ramp up production in both the Bakken and Niobrara shale plays later this year as they reported production for the second quarter that was up substantially from the same period in 2012.
Denver-based Kodiak Oil & Gas Corp., which is focused on the Bakken Shale in North Dakota’s Williston Basin, grew oil and gas sales volumes by 83% during the second quarter compared to a year ago; crude oil accounted for 87% of second quarter sales. The company has raised capital spending and production guidance for the remainder of the year.