GRAND JUNCTION — State regulators have accepted a proposal by Ursa Sources to drill 24 wells and a wastewater injection effectively close to a Battlement Mesa cellular residence park.

The Grand Junction Day by day Sentinel reviews the Ursa proposal is a part of a two-pad, second part of drilling it plans in Battlement Mesa, an unincorporated neighborhood of a number of thousand residents. The corporate already has completed drilling a two-pad, first part involving 52 wells.

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Opponents say the choice by Colorado Oil and Gasoline Conservation Fee employees delivers a blow to communities making an attempt to guard neighborhoods and colleges from the impacts of oil and gasoline improvement.

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The Colorado Supreme Court docket overturned an appeals courtroom ruling that regulators should situation approvals of oil and gasoline improvement on making certain safety of well being, security and setting.

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