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COGCC Update: Governor’s Task Force Rulemaking Underway

COGCC Update: Governor’s Task Force Rulemaking Underway Jill Fulcher, Associate, Beatty & Wozniak, P.C. On November 16th and 17th, the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (“COGCC”) commenced public hearings over proposed rules to implement Recommendation Nos. 17 and 20, unanimously approved by the Governor’s Oil and Gas Task Force in February, 2015. The proposed… Read more »

Standing on the Divide

We are so fortunate to live in Colorado, a state filled with so many beautiful places that can, quite literally, take your breath away. From the snow-capped peaks of Longs Peak and the rugged beauty of the Grand Mesa to the open prairies of the Eastern Plains and the Sand Dunes in southern Colorado, there… Read more »

Welcome to the Website!

Welcome to the brand new COGA.org! This website has been months in the making and we are excited that you’re finally here, checking it out. When we started thinking about how the new site should look and feel we wanted something user friendly that made it easy to learn about the programs, resources, and mission… Read more »

A Review of the 2015 Legislative Session

The 2014 election saw changes to our state government. While Governor John Hickenlooper (D) was elected for a second term, there was quite a bit of turn over at the State Legislature, with 27 new members in the House and Senate. Plus, the Republicans took control of the Senate while the Democrats maintained their majority… Read more »

Homework: Peruse a Handful of our Distinguished Speakers Publications

You officially have only one weekend separating you from the greatest conference you have ever attended. How will you best utilize this time? You may be thinking about 14’ers, backyard BBQs, or even a deep sniff of the corpse flower – but let me introduce you to the most compelling and engaging reading assignment you’ve… Read more »