Colorado residents prefer pipeline to trucks.

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Reversing a recent trend of anti-pipeline protests, the Associated Press reported that residents living a near 22-well complex in Greeley, CO were relieved to learn that Extraction Oil & Gas will build a pipeline to transport oil from its Triple Creek project before production begins.

Neighbors sued the state last year because they feared noisy trucks would haul away the petroleum around the clock, alleging that regulators weren't doing everything possible to protect them from noise, spills and pollution. They wanted the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, which...

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