Jimmy Sengenberger put together a terrific response to the over the top, and, misleading statements from House Speaker KC Becker and Senate Majority Leader Steve Fenberg regarding the Oil and Gas Industry. Everything they professed as truth was a blatant attempt to ignore all Oil & Gas upgrades and changes in statute that had been made by former Governors Ritter and Hickenlooper. A classic example of current Democrat leadership chipping away at the credibility of their own previously elected Democrat Governors serving from 2007 through 2018.
Listen closely and educate yourself on how far Democrat Leadership will go to prop up their pathetic anti Oil & Gas agenda with grossly inaccurate statements.
-Senator Vicki Marble
On 2/28/19, #Colorado Democrats – including Gov. Jared Polis, Spkr. K.C. Becker and Sen. Majority Leader Steve Fenberg – held a press conference to announce a forthcoming bill to regulate oil and gas. But Spkr. Becker and Sen. Fenberg got one thing glaringly wrong…(The audio in this clip is from the Friday, March 1 edition of "Business for Breakfast w/ Jimmy Sengenberger" on Money Talk 1690 KDMT. Listen to the full, rip-roaring segment: http://jimmysengenberger.com/site/jimmy-hits-hard-on-colorado-og-bill-unveiling-b4b-march-1/)
Posted by Jimmy Sengenberger on Friday, March 1, 2019
Concerning the expanded ability of the Colorado oil and gas conservation commission to finance the remediation of oil and gas locations.
Under current practice, expenditures by the Colorado oil and gas conservation commission to address the mitigation of adverse environmental impacts of oil and gas operations are paid from the environmental response account of the oil and gas conservation and environmental response fund, and the year-end balance of the account transfers into the fund. The bill specifies that the year-end balance of the account remains in the account.
Senator Vicki Marble | Representative Lori Saine | Representative Matt Wilson
Signed on April 9th 2018 By: Crisanta Duran (Speaker of The House of Representatives) ; Kevin J. Grantham (President of The Senate) ; Marilyn Eddins (Chief Clerk of The House of Representatives) ; Effie Ameen (Secretary of The Senate) ; John W. Hickenlooper (Governor of The State of Colorado)