Amid changing winds from Washington, Energy Transition Symposium to confront new energy realities

Chuck Henry, Chair of Chemistry at Colorado State University, talks about low cost technologies to quantify pollutants in air and water at CSU’s 7th annual Energy Transition Symposium. Oct. 31, 2017. This year’s event has been moved online due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. (©Sonar / Depositphotos)

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Colorado oil and gas ahead of the curve on reporting social and environmental impacts

Investors are demanding insight into more than just financials from oil and gas companies. They also seek comparisons of a company’s risk in a low-carbon future, its environmental impact, exposure to potential hazards and support for communities. Colorado companies have a head start on meeting and measuring these standards as other energy producers struggle to adjust to the new normal