Expanded Setbacks Dominate Oil and Gas Rulemaking

Industry challenges science and process behind new safety rules, while community and environmental groups wary of exceptions

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The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission on Sept. 28 voted on a “preliminary final” set of industry safety rules as part of the regulatory revisions required under Senate Bill 19-181, the landmark oil and gas bill passed last year.  The preliminarily approved 200-600 series rules, which deal with topics including safety, permitting and reporting obligations, will face a final vote Nov. 6, following an additional round of rulemaking, beginning this week, on environmental impacts and wildlife protection.  The commission’s decision to move forward with a controversial 2,000-foot

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