Commissioner DeAnn Craig listens to testimony at a meeting of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission in Denver on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. The meeting was held to deal with drilling rules for oil and gas. Groundwater tests could help show whether water has or hasn’t been contaminated by drilling. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)
DENVER (AP) — Colorado drilling regulators got an earful Wednesday from critics who want more say in how gas and oil can be drilled in their jurisdictions.
The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission was meeting to consider expanded rules for sampling and monitoring of groundwater near new oil and gas Login to read more