COGCC outlines impacts if voters approve proposed mandatory setback

Ninety percent of Colorado's surface acreage would be off-limits to future oil and gas development or hydraulic fracturing under a November ballot initiative that would establish a minimum 2,500 ft mandatory setback from any "occupied structure" or "area of special concern," the Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation said in a May 27 report.

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