Companies affected by the Colorado floods are attempting to assess damage, but limited access due to swamped roads has made an appraisal difficult.
Amid a human tragedy that has killed at least eight people, the industry is gathering itself to get back on track after as many as 1,900 wells have been shut in, said Evan Calio, an analyst for Morgan Stanley, in a Sept. 17 report.
The Denver-Julesburg (DJ) Basin appears to have been hit the hardest. But the information coming from the area has been scattershot.
Tisha Schuller, president ...