State is on the hook to clean up oil and gas wells

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State is on the hook to clean up oil and gas wells

Project is one of largest in Colorado
Steve Labowskie, southwest field inspector and project manager for orphan wells with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, walks around an abandoned oil well owned by Red Mesa Holdings LCC in Redmesa. The well is one of 50 that the state is cleaning up after being abandoned.
Steve Labowskie, southwest field inspector and project manager for orphan wells with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, walks around an abandoned oil well owned by Red Mesa Holdings LCC in Redmesa. The well is one of 50 that the state is cleaning up after being abandoned.
A Red Mesa Holdings LLC abandoned oil well near Redmesa, about 30 miles southwest of Durango, is part of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Abandoned Orphan Well Project.
Steve Labowskie, southwest field inspector and project manager for orphan wells with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, inspects one of 50 abandoned oil wells owned by Red Mesa Holdings LCC in Redmesa that the state is cleaning up.
Steve Labowskie, southwest field inspector and project manager for orphan wells with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, walks around an abandoned oil well owned by Red Mesa Holdings LCC in Redmesa. The well is one of 50 that the state is cleaning up after being abandoned.

State is on the hook to clean up oil and gas wells

Steve Labowskie, southwest field inspector and project manager for orphan wells with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, walks around an abandoned oil well owned by Red Mesa Holdings LCC in Redmesa. The well is one of 50 that the state is cleaning up after being abandoned.
Steve Labowskie, southwest field inspector and project manager for orphan wells with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, walks around an abandoned oil well owned by Red Mesa Holdings LCC in Redmesa. The well is one of 50 that the state is cleaning up after being abandoned.
A Red Mesa Holdings LLC abandoned oil well near Redmesa, about 30 miles southwest of Durango, is part of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Abandoned Orphan Well Project.
Steve Labowskie, southwest field inspector and project manager for orphan wells with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, inspects one of 50 abandoned oil wells owned by Red Mesa Holdings LCC in Redmesa that the state is cleaning up.
Steve Labowskie, southwest field inspector and project manager for orphan wells with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, walks around an abandoned oil well owned by Red Mesa Holdings LCC in Redmesa. The well is one of 50 that the state is cleaning up after being abandoned.
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