EPA demands more information on flaring at Colorado oil and gas facilities
By: Scott Weiser
In a ruling, the Environmental Protection Agency ordered the Colorado Department of Health and Environment to revise permits issued for four oil and gas facilities following a petition that challenged state regulations on equipment used in oil and gas production.
In a statement, Energy & Natural Resources Special Counsel Jack Luellen of the Denver office of the Buchalter Law Firm told The Denver Gazette that the state will have an “opportunity to present evidence in opposition to the EPA ruling.”
“I would expect the presentation by Colorado to be robust and forceful,” he said.
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