Williams, EnCana Report Large Increase In Jobs

May 19, 2007 Full story: Cbs4denver.com

“I'm not surprised that it is growing, that it is growing in the double digits, but because it was that high I was surprised”

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. With increased oil and gas production in Colorado, two of the state's largest energy companies reported a 73 percent increase in the number of employees in the last year. via Cbs4denver.com

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#1 May 26, 2007
I seriously think President Bush has nothing to do with these jobs!

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#2 May 26, 2007
I agree with Katie! President Bush is a bad person!


#3 May 14, 2008
Encana and other natural resources industry working in Colorado contribute well over $20 BILLION to the state economy and provide well-paying jobs. Gov Ritter and his confederacy of dunces are trying to appease a green minority by forcing this industry out by passing more and more restrictive rules. They will succeed in bankrupting Colorado and putting the state in a recession worse than the rest of the country. Oil and gas should just move out for a few months and then see Gov Ritter has to say then. All this in the face of high energy costs and a 15% jump in natural gas rates in his own city! Brilliant man.

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