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Northern Colorado Flooding Could Hurt E&P Operations

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By Darren Barbee, Hart Energy
September 16, 2013

Colorado’s devastating flooding has claimed at least five lives and left about 1,200 missing as relentless rains submerge roads and stand to affect E&P companies that have recently set production records in the state.

Reports of ruptured pipelines and transportation problems are likely to affect the region’s oil and gas production.

From the smallest to the largest operators, companies were engaged in around-the-clock assessment, prevention, monitoring and response, Tisha Schuller, president and CEO, Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA) testified Sept. 16 before the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission ...

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