Daily Camera reports findings from research of fracking fluid by the University of Colorado.
The Denver Post reports Weld County, Colorado leads the nation’s largest counties in employment gains due to new jobs in construction and oil and gas.
Greetings from Common Sense Policy Roundtable! Last year was a marquee year for CSPR. Since inception, we promised to construct a dynamic econometric model unique to the state of Colorado. We are pleased to say that was accomplished in 2013.
Great article in the Wall Street Journal citing CSPR’s study on the economic impacts of a fracking ban in Colorado.
GREENWOOD VILLAGE– On Monday Governor Hickenlooper announced an agreement between the proponents of four ballot initiatives regarding oil and gas development to stand down and remove all of their initiatives from the November ballot.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 27, 2014 DENVER—A study using a calibrated dynamic economic modeling system developed by Regional Economic Models Inc. (REMI) shows that a statewide fracking ban would result in 93,000 fewer jobs, $12 billion in lost gross domestic product (GDP) and an annual reduction of $985 million in tax revenue for local and […]
Denver Post; March 26, 2014 By Mark Jaffe
Denver Business Journal; March 26, 2014 By Neil Westergaard and Heather Draper
The Coloradoan; March 26, 2014 By Ryan Maye Handy
The Colorado Observer; March 26, 2014 By Valerie Richardson