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Blog Posts in August, 2013

Lafayette's Controversial Drilling Ban Ballot Measure

FN Attorney Chasity Barker speaks to this issue in an online article in the Boulder Daily Camera, which may be read in its entirety here. ...
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Shell to Keep Oil Shale R&D but Will Sell its Other Assets in the Northwestern and Southeastern Parts of Colorado

Shell Oil Co. said Tuesday it is abandoning its quest for water rights from a northwest Colorado river to develop oil shale production, citing delays in the project due to the global economic ...
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2013 Rocky Mountain Energy Summit Update: Oil and Gas Officials Changing the Tone of the Fracking Debate

The tenor of the oil and gas conversation this past week began changing as speakers at the Colorado Oil and Gas Industry's annual Rocky Mountain Energy Summit repeated new refrains. "The next ...
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Permit Bids Soar in Colorado

The new regulations by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC), which went into effect by August 1, require wells to be at least 500 feet from the nearest occupied building, mandate ...
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Colorado - Mineral Interests and the Probate Process

A common misconception about probate is that it is a long and daunting process. In Colorado, absent any dispute among heirs, the process can be accomplished in a relatively short time frame. When the ...
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