DENVER – The Colorado Oil and Gas Association is thrilled to announce that it raised $100,000 for Children’s Hospital at its Mardi Gras Ball last week, a first of its kind annual charity event for the industry in Colorado.
COGA also partners with Children’s as a co-sponsor of an elite cycling team for the Courage Classic bicycle race, which benefits the hospital’s foundation. As part of the celebration, COGA revealed the winners of its Community Impact Awards, which honor companies and individuals that have gone above and beyond to give back. Read More »
DENVER – The Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA), the state’s largest industry
trade association, has announced that Scott Prestidge will be joining the team as
Director of Communications and Public Affairs effective March 1, 2017.
“I’m excited about the opportunity to work in this innovative industry and with such a
great group of individuals who ensure that oil and gas always has a place in Colorado,”
said Prestidge. “It’s no secret that our state often finds itself at ground zero in the debate
over energy development, and it is an honor to be part of an organization that serves as
champions for the industry at th ... Read More »
Western Colorado, December 15, 2016 – Natural Gas producers of the Piceance Basin applauded Jordan Cove LNG’s decisive and speedy decision to pursue reapplication and approval of the most important energy infrastructure project in the Western United States -Jordan Cove LNG. The association immediately posted social media messages to the citizens in Japan congratulating the Pacific nation for steadfast patience and commitment to securing their energy future by purchasing future natural gas from the Rocky Mountain states. The association also communicated belief that customers of the proposed LNG export project should expect imminent approv ... Read More »
Listen to the audio recording from the COGA Press Conference Call on the Colorado Supreme Court Decisions declaring fracking bans and moratoriums are illegal.
COGA Applauds Colorado Supreme Court Ruling and Now Back to Working with Local Governments to Find Solutions
DENVER (May 2, 2016) - - The Colorado Oil and Gas Association praised today’s state Supreme Court decision that upheld the Association’s long-held position that local fracking bans and moratoriums are illegal in Colorado. COGA President and CEO Dan Haley released the following statement:
“COGA has always maintained that these bans and moratoriums on responsible oil and gas development are illegal, and we’re pleased that today the Supreme Court of Colorado has agreed with us. This is not just a win for the energy industr ... Read More »