Fringe Activists vs. Colorado Energy

First published by the Pueblo Chieftain Next month, Colorado voters will decide whether to stymie a thriving industry for ideological purposes. If passed, Proposition 112 would greatly expand the existing no-drilling zones surrounding occupied buildings. That would effectively prohibit Colorado oil and gas firms, which support 230,000 local jobs and add $31 billion annually to […]

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Denver CBS 4 explains Colorado’s Proposition 112

With a little more than a week to the midterm elections, the American Energy Alliance would like to take one more opportunity to remind our audience about an important ballot initiative in the state of Colorado: Proposition 112. If passed, 112 would require a 2,500-foot barrier between new oil and gas drilling projects and any […]

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ICYMI: Give affordable energy a seat at table

American Energy Alliance President Tom Pyle recently penned an op-ed for the Coloradoan titled, “Give affordable energy a seat at table.” The text of the piece follows: The Coloradoan Give affordable energy a seat at table By Thomas Pyle There’s an old and unfortunate truth about Washington, DC: “If you don’t have a seat at […]

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Why the Colorado Coal miners need you

In March of last year, I had the privilege of traveling to northwest Colorado to film AEA’s “Eye of the Storm” video which chronicled the threats radical environment activists were making against the communities of Craig and Meeker. Thankfully, with your help, we were able to convince the federal government that the Colowyo mine should […]

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EPA’s Carbon Regulation Harms Coloradans

WASHINGTON — Today, the EPA began public hearings in Denver to fulfill the agency’s public engagement and outreach obligations for their carbon regulation. The American Energy Alliance is providing the below background information to demonstrate how the Obama administration’s carbon regulation stands to impact energy costs, jobs, and the economy in Colorado. In fact, the […]

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In the Pipeline: 6/6/13

This is like those movies where the parents arrange for their kid to be kidnapped so they can cash in on the ransom. It never ends well. IER(6/5/13) reports: “One of the tactics environmental activists groups use to promote greater regulatory control over the economy is lawsuits. This is an especially effective tactic if environmental groups […]

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