Oil and gas regulators could soon decide whether to make maps of pipelines public

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Oil and gas regulators are poised to write new rules this week requiring companies to test, map and remove some of their underground lines, which regularly leak planet-warming gases and sometimes explode.

The new rules will be among the first to be updated since lawmakers this year changed the mission for the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission to protect public health, safety and the environment. The COGCC’s previous mission largely prioritized fostering oil and gas development…read more

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