This past Tuesday – June 24, 2014 – the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) issued a press release, explaining that it had ordered High Sierra Water Services to temporarily cease operating a 10,000 barrel-per-day injection well in Weld County. The COGCC described the order as “a precautionary step” that would enable the agency to analyze whether well operations are tied to recent low-level seismic activity nearby.
Greg L. Gambill has joined the Health Care Group of Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP as an associate. Mr. Gambill's practice is oriented to regulatory, litigation, and transactional matters affecting clients in the health care industry. He has presented to attorneys and health care organizations about health law and commercial law.
Yesterday, Justice Scalia, writing for a majority of the United States Supreme Court, invalidated EPA's greenhouse-gas (GHG) regulations to the extent they require stationary sources to obtain a Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) and/or Title V major source permit based solely on the source's GHG emissions. The Court, however, also validated EPA's extension of "best available control technology" (BACT) requirements to GHG emissions at sources already subject to PSD requirements based on criteria pollutant emissions (so-called "PSD-anyway" sources).
DGS partner Connie Rogers today begins her term on the Board of Directors of the Center of the American West at the University of Colorado. Founded in 1986, the Center serves as a forum committed to the civil, respectful, and problem-solving exploration of important and often contentious public concerns. The center has published numerous books, articles, and films addressing western issues such as energy, water, and conservation.
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