6 May 2015

Meet Colorado’s New Executive Director, Tracee Bentley

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Meet Colorado’s New Executive Director, Tracee Bentley

Below is a question and answer interview that introduces the Colorado Petroleum Council and its new executive director, Tracee Bentley. The post was originally seen on EnergyTomorrow.org. It was written/conducted by Energy Tomorrow’s Mark Green. To see the original, click here Q&A: Bentley Working to Safely Harness Colorado Energy The Colorado Petroleum Council and its new […]

13 Apr 2015

April 23 Forum: Idaho Department of Lands – From Oil and Gas to Sage Grouse

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The Idaho Environmental Forum Presents….. “Idaho Department of Lands – From Oil and Gas to Sage Grouse” DATE                 Thursday, April 23, 2015 TIME                  11:30 am to 1:00 pm LOCATION    The Owyhee, 1109 Main Street, Boise, Idaho COST          […]

1 Apr 2015

America’s Oil and Natural Gas Industry: Climate Doers

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The oil and natural gas industry is a scientific and engineering industry that is leading the way on investments in greenhouse gas emission-reducing technologies. The following article comes from Mark Green at Energy Tomorrow. To see the original post, click here. More unhelpful talk from the administration directed at America’s energy industry – strange, given […]

26 Jan 2015

Presentation from Today’s House Energy, Environment and Technology Meeting

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Today, The House Energy, Environment and Technology Committee heard an overview of energy in Idaho including a general Energy Overview from OER (John Chatburn), and overview of the electrical transmission system from Idaho Power Company (Mitch Colburn & Jared Ellsworth), and a discussion of the Natural Gas Major Pipeline and Distribution System from Williams Pipeline (Gordon Hamilton). Below […]

13 Jan 2015

Otter’s 2015 State of the State – Sage Grouse

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Otter’s 2015 State of the State – Sage Grouse

Gov. Butch Otter discussed his proposed 2015-16 state budget in his annual address to the Legislature on Monday. One of the topics was sage grouse and environment. See below: Otter proposes the state spend $750,000 to help conserve sage grouse habitat in the state to keep it from being listed under the federal Endangered Species Act. […]

30 Oct 2014

The Argus Observer Update: Commission OKs Idaho Gas Rules

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The article below comes from the Argus Observer. It was written by April Ehrlich Independent-Enterprise | Updated 22 hours ago. The Idaho Petroleum Council (IPC) participates in the rulemaking process and will represent the industry as the rules are considered by the 2015 Idaho Legislature. Idaho’s Oil and Gas Commission on Oct. 21 approved the […]

27 Oct 2014

Top Lobbyist Lee Fuller Has His Work Cut Out for Him!

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The content featured here is derived from the Independent Petroleum Association of America – IPAA weekly update. To view the weekly update in it’s original form, click here: October 24, 2014 (wr-2014-10-24.pdf) What is the IPAA doing for your state, your country and for you?  The IPAA is the ‘Independent Petroleum Association of America’, based in Washington D.C, and whose mission is […]

1 Oct 2014

Idaho Power – Powering Tomorrow Campaign Kicks Off

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Idaho Power – Powering Tomorrow Campaign Kicks Off

Idaho Petroleum Council Member, Idaho Power kicked off a new campaign that offers grants worth up to $1,500 to innovative community initiatives and educational programs.BOISE, Idaho — Idaho Power wants schools and nonprofits across its Idaho and Oregon service area to apply for a “Powering Tomorrow Grant.” The grants are awarded to organizations working toward […]

28 May 2014

Oil and Gas Industry Continues Innovating to Reduce Environmental Footprints

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Oil and gas operators have been getting a lot of coverage for what they do best – innovation. We all know that, thanks to advancements in technologies such as hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling, the industry has been able to reverse the U.S. energy outlook from heavy reliance on imports to greater self-sufficiency. Furthermore, thanks […]

22 May 2014

Colorado Makes a Home on the Energy Frontier

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Our neighbor, Colorado is at the forefront of an oil and gas boom, bringing thousands of new jobs to the state and billions in investment. And we draw worldwide attention for figuring out ways to regulate energy operations that balance industry needs with environmental concerns. But Colorado also is a battle ground for hot energy […]

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