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Prop 112 threatens Coloradan’s health — not fracking

THE DAILY CALLER (Alex Epstein) - (METHANE & FRACKING) Colorado voters are being asked to decide whether to extend those setbacks even further. Proposition 112 would increase oil and gas setbacks to 2,500 feet, thereby banning most oil and gas development — and...

IPANM member’s comments on Colorado Prop. 112 published in CO & NM

FARMINGTON DAILY TIMES - Merrion Oil & Gas's George Sharpe recently made several enlightening comments regarding Colorado Proposition 112 on the statewide ballot this fall. Sharpe serves as Investment Manager at longtime corporate IPANM member company Merrion Oil...

BLM Proposes to Rescind Hydraulic Fracturing Rule – Comments Due September 25th

Today in the Federal Register:  The current administration is proposing rescinding the 2015 Hydraulic Fracturing rule/regulation on Federal Lands.  IPANM asks that your company consider sending in comments supporting the removal of this regulation as being...

IPANM members asked to comment on proposed Fracking Fluid Disclosure

IPANM is working with NMOGA to provide feedback on this important matter to the NMOCD.  Previously, IPANM has been supportive of having New Mexico have a separate report regarding Hydraulic Fracturing.  The reason IPANM was supportive of the separate reporting was...

Industry concerned about new BLM draft for proposed Hydraulic Fracturing Rule

There are concerns about a new, very preliminary BLM proposal for hydraulic fracturing. According to API staff, "there has been no extensive review of this BLM draft. We do not know whether this draft truly represents a ‘likely-to-be-released’ BLM document, whether it...

HF Rule Delayed

HF Rule Delayed

We were informed by our friends at WEA that the U.S. District Court for Wyoming has granted the government’s request for an extension of time to file the administrative record on the BLM hydraulic fracturing rule until August 28. The industry plaintiffs will then have one week after the 28th to respond. It is expected that the judge will make a determination on the industry application for a preliminary injunction in mid-September. This extension request pushes the possible implementation date back at least another month from the July 22nd date the court had originally set.

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