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British Petroleum fined by feds in Colorado case -- three years later

6 years ago by Alan Prendergast
Under fire for its lax supervision of British Petroleum and other offshore drillers, the embattled federal agency formerly known as the Minerals Management Service has fined BP $5.2 million for filing "false, inaccurate, or misleading" reports about its energy production in Colorado three years ago. Grrr. That'll show 'em...
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Fracking: Aurora votes to "lease" water to Anadarko Petroleum

4 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
Gaylord Entertainment dumped its plans for a giant hotel/convention center/resort in Aurora, and GE has postponed its big new plant in Aurora -- if not ditched it entirely. But at least Aurora had control over one business deal: It had no problem selling its water to an oil and gas...
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Pot Treated With Unapproved Pesticides a Public Safety Threat, Hick Order Says

11 months ago by Michael Roberts
Since March, we've been reporting about concerns over the use of pesticides on marijuana. Now, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper has taken up the cause. In an executive order included in an industry-wide bulletin distributed by the Marijuana Enforcement Division, Hickenlooper directs "state agencies to address threats to public safety posed...
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The BLM Just Sold More Leases on the Pawnee — and Environmentalists Say That's for the Birds

1 year ago by Joshua Zaffos
It’s a Saturday morning in June, which means that Gary Lefko is cruising the Pawnee National Grassland in his 1999 green Subaru Impreza, looking for birds. With the windows down and camera and binoculars close at hand, Lefko drives along, noting any specimens that pass his sightline. There’s a red-tailed...
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Marijuana Consumer Group Protests LivWell Dispensary

1 year ago by Thomas Mitchell
A marijuana consumer group protested outside a LivWell location on South Broadway over the weekend, claiming the dispensary chain uses potentially harmful pesticides and doesn't care about consumer health. But LivWell says those accusations are simply untrue. Up to a dozen members of the Cannabis Consumers Coalition demonstrated outside the...
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Fighting Mad

10 years ago by Alan Prendergast
When Jack Grynberg breezes through the doors of the Grynberg Petroleum Company, attention must be paid. Wearing a dark-blue pinstripe suit, dark glasses and a well-traveled Stetson, an unlit cigar scissored between the fingers of one hand, he seems like a shorter, Greenwood Village-CEO version of the Lone Ranger, come...
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Denver Investigated 10 Pot Grows for Use of Banned Pesticides, Holds Plants

1 year ago by Thomas Mitchell
When six Denver-based marijuana growing operations had portions of crops quarantined and put under investigation for using harmful pesticides on plants, many marijuana consumers became a little more paranoid about which dispensaries to visit. In documents obtained by the Cannabis Consumers Coalition via the Colorado Open Records Act and sent...
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Marijuana Lube and Sex Spray Makers Want to Take Valentine's Day to a Higher Place

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
We're less than a week away from Valentine's Day, and marijuana businesses, which recently embraced Black Friday and the Christmas holidays, are hoping to entice lovers with products that go beyond cannabis itself. They include THC-infused sprays and oils that claim to take sex to a higher place. See also:...
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Oil & Gas Industry: $11.79M Spent on Statewide Offices in 2014 Campaign -- and That's Not All

2 years ago by Alan Prendergast
The oil and gas industry raised a massive war chest last year in anticipation of a showdown over anti-fracking ballot initiatives that failed to materialize -- and then spent freely on advertising, contributions to PACs and candidate committees, as well as general promotion of the industry's issues and causes across...
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Ken Salazar still in hot seat -- but with lots of company

6 years ago by Alan Prendergast
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar is still getting roundly pummeled in the press over the Obama administration's response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster. But there's increasing evidence that the administration is trying to shift the faltering Coloradoan out of the spotlight and find other, less compromised figures...

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