The issue of produced water is a pressing one facing the State. Significant amounts of water are produced from oil and gas operations in Colorado, which has the third largest gas reserves in the country. In 2012, produced water amounted to over 41,000 acre-feet, with over 20,000 acre-feet from the Western Slope alone. There are numbers of complex legal, regulatory, geographic, technical, social, and political considerations involved in any discussion of produced water., prepared by CDR Associates, for the Colorado Energy Office & Colorado Mesa University Water Center., Bibliography page 18., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed March 2017)
The Common Methodology Framework version 2.0 is intended to cover the basic elements of a solid project management methodology. It's designed primarily for agencies that do not have a standard project management methodology in place or for the project manager working on small to medium sized projects that need a set of templates to help manage the project., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed February 2018)
The state of Colorado (State) recognizes that it is critical for state, local, tribal, and federal public safety personnel across Colorado to have radio communications systems that meet their needs for daily and emergency operations. The State selected Federal Engineering (FE) to assess the governance and funding of DTRS and statewide interoperability and to make recommendations as to the best approach to improve governance and funding to meet current and future user needs. As the culmination of our investigations, analysis, and recommendations, FE presents this Public Safety Radio System-Wide Business Plan Report (Business Plan). It identifies the recommended business goals and objectives, cost projections, financial activities, governance models, and administrative items related to statewide public safety communications and interoperability., prepared by Federal Engineering, Inc., "June 19, 2015.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2019)
In support of the statewide effort to maintain and improve public safety radio communications, FE presents this Public Safety Radio System-Wide Needs Assessment Report (Needs Assessment). The report assesses the public safety communications needs in Colorado and describes the impact of those needs on various systems (DTRS and other systems)., prepared by Federal Engineering, Inc., "June 19, 2015.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2019)
A significant energy conservation opportunity exists within Colorado's new and existing building electrical systems. Dry-type transformers are commonly utilized within a large building's electrical distribution system. While transformers are relatively efficient, delivering over 95% of their input power, they are constantly energized; consequently, electrical losses are constant., "February 4, 2010.", Includes bibliographical references.
Eugene D. Sternberg & Associates., Cover title., "July 1960.", "Prepared under contract for the Colorado State Division of Planning.", "Urban Planning Grant: Project No. Colo. P-12.", Description based on print version record.
Colorado State Planning Office., Title from top of p.  of accompanying memo, titled Reconnaissance study evaluation of Cortez Colorado, to the Cortez Planning Commission., "March 13, 1969.", Description based on print version record.
prepared for Cortez Planning Commission by Nelson, Haley, Patterson and Quirk, Inc., At head of title: Preliminary draft., "Prepared for the Cortez Planning Commission and the Colorado State Planning Office ... financed, in part, through an urban planning grant from the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development under the provisions of Section 701 of the Housing Act of 1954, as amended.", Description based on print version record.
Mexico needs to diversify its energy portfolio, reduce environmental impacts and promote sustainable sources of energy as well as meet its commitments under the Kyoto protocol that call for expanding renewable energy generation. The structural deficiencies of Mexico's energy sector are overwhelming and deny any sustainability to current emphasis and practices. These are very significant changes which, combined with favorable environmental conditions, create significant opportunity for short-term renewable energy projects to be developed in Mexico., prepared by Colorado Trade Office in Mexico., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed August 2015)