Energy developments in Colorado

Oil spills prosecution by Colorado regulators puts company on trial for its  life - Denver Business Journal


From oil and gas drilling to utility rates—energy developments are occurring in the state of Colorado.

Colorado regulators predict oil and gas drilling and hydraulic fracturing emissions in 2023 will nearly double earlier estimates and the industry will be the state’s largest source of ozone-forming pollutants. (CPR)

Colorado electricity cooperatives urge federal regulators to require Xcel Energy to refund $6.9 million in fuel charges, saying the utility mismanaged natural gas supplies during a 2021 cold snap. (Colorado Sun)  

• In a state-mandated study, Colorado regulators find community choice electricity could speed the move to clean energy but also might raise utility rates. (Colorado Sun)

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis temporarily suspends some regulations on gasoline tanker trucks to alleviate potential gas shortages and price increases after the Suncor refinery shut down due to malfunctions. (Times-Call)

Denver, Colorado, is set to begin round five of a popular electric bike rebate program. (Denver7)