"The minor amendment to our plans around Standley Lake is expected to have no bearing on the project's overall economic viability"
() has trimmed the number of permit applications for its West Denver shale project in Colorado following discussions with regulators and locals.
Instead of 104, Highlands is now applying for 76 permits with 28 relating to areas nearby Standley Lake were withdrawn.
Robert Price, chairman, said: "As a company, Highlands is committed to the highest standards of operation and we had no hesitation in following the recommendations of the regulators and local interest groups.
“Our West Denver Project covers over 5,200 acres and the minor amendment to our plans around Standley Lake is expected to have no bearing on the project's overall economic viability."
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