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With more than $2 billion of debt, the news comes less than a week after the Houston-based company amended a forbearance agreement that gave it more flexibility during debt-related discussions with creditors.
‘Subdivisions are being developed where there has historically been oil and gas production,’ says Matt Lepore of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.
Former chief Texas regulator Barry Smitherman says exports and the migration from coal to natural gas pave the way to the future.