Colorado Regulators Try to Prevent Kerfuffle Over Drilling Rules

Colorado’s nonpartisan Office of Legislative Legal Services (OLLS) has caused an uproar in the state legislature after it suggested repeal of one of the new rules that will govern future natural gas and oil drilling in the state.

March 5, 2009

Gas Industry Faces ‘Winter of Discontent’

The natural gas industry should be prepared to face customer uproar and attempts to impose price caps, similar to those seen this summer in San Diego, if the upcoming winter is cold enough and prices continue to hit new highs. That was the warning sounded by government and industry representatives at the crisis “summit” sponsored by the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC) last week in Columbus, OH.

September 25, 2000