Oil & Gas Industry Responds to Changing Political Environment in Colorado, an Industrial Info News Alert
March 7, 2014 - DENVER, CO
Written by John Egan for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- Ballot initiatives last November that prohibited hydraulic fracturing in four Colorado cities were a big wake-up call to the Oil & Gas Industry, attendees at a water conference here this week told Industrial Info. The industry has responded to those initiatives with a public information campaign that is more visible and forceful than any in recent memory. But some are concerned the industry's actions may be too little and too late to head off restrictions and bans on hydraulic fracturing in the state.
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