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Colorado Rising, CAMPC Gear Up for Election Season

A few days ago, the voters of Colorado discovered that, for the first time in recent memory, anti-energy group Colorado Rising would not be pursuing an initiative for the November ballot. The perennial headline-grabbers explained that in 2020, they were concerned about gathering the required number of signatures for a planned measure that would increase the state’s oil and gas setback requirement from 2,000 to 2,500 feet. 

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Oil and Gas Looking to the Horizon

It’s no secret that the United States and the world at large are in dire economic straights. As a direct result of the outbreak of COVID-19, 22 million Americans have been forced to file for unemployment. Small and mid-sized businesses are being forced to shutter their doors. Every sector of the economy has been battered by the outbreak of COVID-19, and the subsequent shutdown of the economy.

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Biden Gambles on Keystone Pledge

Presidential hopeful Joe Biden continues to step on his own feet as the country heads toward the November election. This time around, Biden’s need to pick up voters has helped alienate the candidate from one of the United States’ most prominent partners as well as millions of working-class voters.

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Oil and Gas Takes Steps to Protect Its Workers During COVID-19

Now that we’re weeks into the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, the country is in a position never before experienced. That is, the United States — like the rest of the world — is forced to move forward as best we can while the country is under a partial lockdown. For the essential workers of the oil and gas industry, that means finding a way to stay safe even as they strive to meet the nation’s energy needs. 

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