Colorado Energy Voices

Colorado’s Rocky Mountains hold much more than ski resorts and hiking trails. And its fertile prairies help grow more than cattle and corn. Like many western states, Colorado has a rich tradition of natural resource development.The mountain mines tap everything from gold to coal but increasingly the state is also seeing dramatic growth in oilContinue Reading

Agriculture Supplier is Growing New Business

Agriculture Supplier is Growing New Business

A staple of the community for many years, Rocky Mountain supply is a retailer of industrial parts and equipment which had focused on the agriculture and transportation sector for many years. With growth in the energy sector, the nature of their business has changed with much of their sales going to oil field trucking and…

A duty to protect

A duty to protect

Landowners who own rights to their sub-surface minerals (oil, natural gas, gold, etc.) can sign contracts with energy companies to drill or mine for those minerals for profit. Many Colorado landowners are working with energy companies to tap into Colorado’s vast natural resources in oil and natural gas. As a fourth generation Colorado land and…

Leaving it better than it was

Agriculture and the energy industry have close ties. In Colorado, the relationship is only getting closer as farmers and ranchers partner with energy companies to explore for oil and natural gas. Farmers lease their land to energy companies to produce oil and natural gas and according to Don Thorn of the Colorado FFA Association farmers…