“What Turns You On” COGA Energy podcast series, presented by CH2M will introduce listeners to the men and women of the oil and gas industry and inform them of how oil and gas is changing the economic and national security future of the world. It will also explore how COGA is engaging with its neighbors and communities, why regulations and politics matter, and how the industry’s innovation represents a new frontier. Podcast episodes are available via iTunes or via SoundCloud.

2015 Rocky Mountain Energy Summit- Day 2

This podcast was recorded LIVE from the second day of the 27th Annual Rocky Mountain Energy Summit and features US Senator Cory Gardner, Tom Petrie, author of "Following Oil," an oil analyst, and Kathleen Madigan from LT Environmental. Senator Gardner offers his thoughts on how Colorado can lead the way towards bipartisan solutions around energy policy and the importance of working together. Mr. Petrie is a West Point graduate and oil analyst who shares his analysis of global politics and their impact on oil prices. Ms. Madigan talks about her involvement with COGA, the EnGen program and her favorite parts of the Energy Summit. Listen to Podcast »

2015 Rocky Mountain Energy Summit- Day 1

Listen to a brand new podcast recorded LIVE from Day 1 of the Rocky Mountain Energy Summit! Hear from conference speakers Jennifer Harris, Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations and Ward Polzin, CEO of Centennial Resource Development as they share their thoughts on solving The Global Energy Puzzle. COGA Elite Cycling Team Captain, Taylor Jung, also stops by to discuss the team's season and their role in community outreach around oil and gas. Listen to Podcast »

The Fracking Ground Game

The third episode in series, “The Fracking Ground Game” features COGA Chief Operations Officer, Sarah Landry discussing her time with COGA, developing the community outreach program, and growing up in Baton Rouge. Listen to Podcast »

Deescalating the Fracking Wars

Colorado is undoubtedly at the center of U.S. controversy about oil and gas development and Tisha Schuller stands at the cross-roads.  A geologist and environmental scientist with a history of environmental activism, Tisha has represented oil and gas interests in Colorado for the last 5 years.  Blessed with one of the country’s emerging oil plays yet faced with four prominent cities who have banned development and looming statewide ballot initiatives to obstruct oil and gas, Tisha brings an unorthodox, innovative style to community engagement. Listen to Podcast »