Conservationists, oil and gas officials come together on safety concerns

Greeley Tribune — The us-versus-them debate is over, and it’s time to deliver a new message to an ever-skeptical public about the safety of oil and gas drilling in Colorado, officials said Wednesday at the Rocky Mountain Energy Forum.

“It’s dead, it’s unproductive, its boring, it’s lazy, it’s over,” said Tisha Schuller, president and CEO of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association on Wednesday at the group’s annual convention, which focuses this year on bridging the widening chasm between the oil and gas industry and a public increasingly concerned about the effects of the industry’s rapid growth in Colorado.

 

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