Planning document analyzes six alternative approaches to oil and gas leasing and development, specifies which lands would be open and the stipulations to be applied to protect resources.
BLM pitches plans to lease public lands for gas and oil exploration as anti-fracking protesters argue for local control
CEO says Citadel has no plan to end legal pursuit supporting local interest
Supervisors support public vehicle for private donations to help county legally defend new regulation that outlaws certain oil extraction techniques
The Schmidt Family Foundation has backed a legal defense fund of a voter-approved ban of high-intensity petroleum operations.
Formal filing follows $1.2 billion claim against county filed after passage of Measure J
Supervisors say Citadel owes taxpayers $262,500; but oil company said it is appealing California court's decision, claiming that the debt issue should be decided in court
County receives letter from California Resources Corp., sounding alarm over applicability of regulation as result of Measure J.
Citadel Exploration CEO breaks silence in statement to BenitoLink, while government officials and local activists continue fight against oil companies.
U.S. output is expected to hit 10.4 million barrels in the third quarter, according to the IEA's latest monthly oil market report
Ruling doesn't impact ongoing operations or drilling on private land
Ruling comes two weeks after company announced its first well was producing oil
The company and San Benito County were recently found to have not done proper environmental review at the drilling site
Stakeholder Meeting to Develop Groundwater Monitoring Model Critera for Oil and Gas Areas
Oil Drilling Concerns Fuel Comments at Chamber Mixer