COGA Chapters in Colorado
COGA chapters provide an expanded statewide presence for the industry and the Association. Activities include hosting fundraisers and making contributions to local civic and charitable causes, working in and with local schools, assisting at community functions and providing scholarships.
With a membership of local industry employees, each chapter operates independently, but under the authority and direction of the COGA Board of Directors. Chapters have their own membership, steering committees, and officers. Chapter presidents serve as COGA board members.
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North Central Chapter
The North Central Chapter encompasses Weld, Larimer, Adams, Boulder, and Broomfield counties. Member companies include large operators, several service companies and a few equipment manufacturers in the region. The North Central Chapter focuses on fundraising for the community via non-profits, schools, and industry associates.
North East Chapter
The North East Chapter encompasses Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington and Yuma counties. The majority of the North East Chapter is made up of independent oil and gas companies, with the remainder made up of service companies. The North East Chapter focuses on fundraising for the chapter scholarship program, offered to chapter members’ children who are studying in oil and gas, giving a minimum $500 donation to the student(s) chosen.
West Slope Chapter
The West Slope Chapter encompasses Moffat, Rio Blanco, Garfield, Mesa, Pitkin, Gunnison, Delta, Mesa, Montrose, Ouray, and San Miguel counties. Members in our chapter include Midstream, E&P, and service providers. Our focus is centered on working in rural communities and meeting local regulatory challenges.
Raton Basin Chapter
The Raton Basin Chapter encompasses Las Animas, Huerfano, and Colfax County in New Mexico. Members in our chapter are mostly independent oil and gas companies and service companies. Our focus is centered on charitable fundraising. This year donations were made to Seniors Inc. Foster Grandparent Program, American Cancer Society, Las Animas County Food Kitchen, Performing Arts, and Fireman’s Christmas Toy Drive. The chapter also adopted three needy families and senior citizens and provided Christmas gifts.
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