|Rules governing oil and gas activity see changes in Colorado|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
Sunday, Feb. 23, Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission approved comprehensive changes to rules governing oil and gas activities in the state, including the nation’s first-ever regulations designed to detect and reduce methane emissions.
The ruling concluded a public hearing that began Wednesday, Feb. 19 at the Aurora Municipal Center. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s Air Pollution Control Division initiated a robust stakeholder process more than a year ago to consider rule revisions. Industry, environmental groups and state and local governments participated.
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