COLORADO FOCUS: Stocks to Watch Prior to Midterms

Stocks to watch for as Colorado's ballot initiative 97, which would expand setback requirements for oil and gas operators, is decided. If passed, initiative will take off the table about 50% of land. Some predict that Colorado's oil production will dip by as much as 50% within the next five years.

Pro-initiative spend >$500,000 (Colorado Rising)

Anti-initiative spend >$130 million  (Protect Colorado)

 

Energy companies with a strong Colorado presence/Stocks to watch:

Anadarko NYSE: APC 

Noble NYSE: NBL

PDC Energy  NASDAQ: PDCE

Extraction Oil and Gas  NASDAQ: XOG

Any other O&G companies to add to this list, specific to Colorado?

*Don't forget to follow Colorado's governor's race as well. Neither candidate supports initiative 97.

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6 hours ago, Rodent said:

Stocks to watch for as Colorado's ballot initiative 97, which would expand setback requirements for oil and gas operators, is decided. If passed, initiative will take off the table about 50% of land. Some predict that Colorado's oil production will dip by as much as 50% within the next five years.

Pro-initiative spend >$500,000 (Colorado Rising)

Anti-initiative spend >$130 million  (Protect Colorado)

 

Energy companies with a strong Colorado presence/Stocks to watch:

Anadarko NYSE: APC 

Noble NYSE: NBL

PDC Energy  NASDAQ: PDCE

Extraction Oil and Gas  NASDAQ: XOG

Any other O&G companies to add to this list, specific to Colorado?

*Don't forget to follow Colorado's governor's race as well. Neither candidate supports initiative 97.

I have had the ongoing experience of being in CO and operating several energy and non energy related businesses and investment fund sin CO for the past 15 years and the environment for energy specially oil and gas operations has been going downhill "progressively"  since 2009 and onwards. The push for anti-hydro-fracturing was so intense and ugly and always lead by loud mouth, hate filled bullying  by so called average people. Their claims were so absurd and their tactics of harassing, threatening and bullying anyone and everyone who had a different opinion is reminiscent of what is happening today nationwide by the like minded groups. Factual data and science meant nothing, it was just NO, NO, NO and if you were for it in the industry, you were baby killers, polluters of air, water and food. The hypocrisy knew no bounds. They would go protest oil and gas development using fossil fuels and they wanted to ban hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas and yet they used the very same resources to get to work, heat and cool and have everything made possible by oil and gas. It was ugly. Dont forget that during that time period under the leadership of the "community organizer", Russians were pouring in millions of $$$ to fund the anti oil and gas propaganda and initiatives within the US , using lobbying firms and shell companies. Gazprom was one of the biggest funding source of these propaganda machines and the outright lies and disinformation being spread. Some of the anti HF movies were backed by these funds coming from Russia. And that was also meant to energize these people at times of the elections for county and state offices.  Election interference!!

 

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1 hour ago, ceo_energemsier said:

I have had the ongoing experience of being in CO and operating several energy and non energy related businesses and investment fund sin CO for the past 15 years and the environment for energy specially oil and gas operations has been going downhill "progressively"  since 2009 and onwards. The push for anti-hydro-fracturing was so intense and ugly and always lead by loud mouth, hate filled bullying  by so called average people. Their claims were so absurd and their tactics of harassing, threatening and bullying anyone and everyone who had a different opinion is reminiscent of what is happening today nationwide by the like minded groups. Factual data and science meant nothing, it was just NO, NO, NO and if you were for it in the industry, you were baby killers, polluters of air, water and food. The hypocrisy knew no bounds. They would go protest oil and gas development using fossil fuels and they wanted to ban hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas and yet they used the very same resources to get to work, heat and cool and have everything made possible by oil and gas. It was ugly. Dont forget that during that time period under the leadership of the "community organizer", Russians were pouring in millions of $$$ to fund the anti oil and gas propaganda and initiatives within the US , using lobbying firms and shell companies. Gazprom was one of the biggest funding source of these propaganda machines and the outright lies and disinformation being spread. Some of the anti HF movies were backed by these funds coming from Russia. And that was also meant to energize these people at times of the elections for county and state offices.  Election interference!!

 

BTW , the Russians were using their money to carry out the same anti HF propaganda and protests in Europe too, Germany, Poland, Italy, France, Spain, UK etc

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On 10/12/2018 at 1:02 PM, Rodent said:

Stocks to watch for as Colorado's ballot initiative 97, which would expand setback requirements for oil and gas operators, is decided. If passed, initiative will take off the table about 50% of land. Some predict that Colorado's oil production will dip by as much as 50% within the next five years.

Pro-initiative spend >$500,000 (Colorado Rising)

Anti-initiative spend >$130 million  (Protect Colorado)

 

Energy companies with a strong Colorado presence/Stocks to watch:

Anadarko NYSE: APC 

Noble NYSE: NBL

PDC Energy  NASDAQ: PDCE

Extraction Oil and Gas  NASDAQ: XOG

Any other O&G companies to add to this list, specific to Colorado?

*Don't forget to follow Colorado's governor's race as well. Neither candidate supports initiative 97.

There are also several high profile private equity backed companies based out of Denver operating in the DLJ Basin and not including the many midstream companies that will be impacted

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Ballot breakdown: Where Colorado business leaders are funneling the biggest donations

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