Providing citizens information on how the City of Greeley is making daily strides to protect community health and safety through the management of the oil and gas industry.
Oil and gas operations within the City of Greeley are managed according to local, state, and federal human and environmental health regulations.
The State of Colorado regulates the oil and gas industry through a variety of agencies including
The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) of
the US Department of Transportation regulates
the transportation of energy and other hazardous materials via pipeline. PHMSA
also establishes national policy, sets and enforces standards, educates, and
conducts research to prevent incidents. They also participate in emergency
response planning to prepare the public and first responders to reduce
consequences if an incident does occur.
Other federal agencies that own surface and/or sub-surface mineral rights
are required to review permits and monitor industry activities that lease these
rights. They also enforce all federal laws associated with an agency’s mission as
well as any natural and cultural resources impacted by oil and gas development.
This includes tribal and non-tribal agencies.
Some of the largest federal land and
mineral rights owners are listed below:
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