March 2014, Vol. 241 No. 3

In The News

ExxonMobil Gives $5 Million To Support CSU Wildlife Research In Colorado

Can Colorado’s native plants and animals live in harmony with expanding energy production in the state? Colorado State University (CSU) and Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) are working on a comprehensive study of potential effects of natural gas development on wildlife and their habitats, and are working to enhance mitigation measures to reduce any identified impacts. XTO Energy, a subsidiary of ExxonMobil, contributed nearly $5 million to support the ongoing research, which is being conducted on both private and public land in the Piceance Creek Basin in western Colorado. The effects of energy production have been found to be typically species-specific and system-specif

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