Western Colorado, March 22, 2016 – The Western Slope Colorado Oil & Gas Association (WSCOGA) praised the announcement from Jordan Cove LNG that the world's largest liquefied natural gas buyer will soon be in a position to pursue free trade and business relations with Western Colorado.
The customer announcement follows a recent FERC decision denying Jordan Cove LNG despite FERC's own staff approval of the project on an environmental basis. In the decision FERC cited a lack of customer interest or "market need" as a reason for the permit denial. David Ludlam, WSCOGA's Executive Director noted that, "If the world’s largest, most relia ... Read More »
University of Colorado Economic Study Shows the Oil and Gas Industry is Key to Colorado’s Economic Health and Stability
New Study Shows Positive Impact of Oil and Gas to Every Coloradan
DENVER (December 29, 2015) – The oil and gas industry in 2014 pumped $31.7 billion into Colorado’s economy, according to a new economic study by the Business Research Division of the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado at Boulder. The study, released today by the Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA), demonstrates the vital role the industry plays in the state’s economy.
Overall, the report found, the industry recorded $15.8 ... Read More »
DENVER (December 9, 2015) – Today, the Colorado Supreme Court heard two appeals challenging the legality of Longmont's ban and Fort Collins' five-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing.
Dan Haley, President and CEO of the Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA), said “Our attorneys made a strong case based on long-standing legal precedents, and we are confident that the Supreme Court will agree that the ban implemented in Longmont and the Fort Collins' moratorium are illegal and preempted by current law. We are confident that the Supreme Court will provide further clarity regarding the primacy of the state in oil and gas regulation. ... Read More »
DENVER (December 8, 2015) -- The Colorado Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear two referred appeals involving the legality of Longmont's ban and Fort Collins' five-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing. The Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA) earlier challenged the bans in court, contending they were illegal because they conflicted with state law authorizing and regulating the use of hydraulic fracturing. Nearly all wells in Colorado are hydraulically fractured, or fracked, meaning a ban on fracking is a ban on oil and gas development.
Dan Haley, President and CEO of the Colorado Oil & Gas Association says:
We look forward to once ... Read More »
DENVER – May 14, 2015 – The Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA), in partnership with CH2M, is pleased to announce the launch of its new podcast series; “What Turns You On?” – now available on iTunes and streaming at www.coga.org.
“We are thrilled to launch this new and creative podcast series. ‘What Turns You On?’ will provide diverse and interesting perspectives on how the industry is contributing to keeping Colorado and the United States vibrant and innovative,” said Tisha Schuller, COGA’s President & CEO. The “What Turns You On?” COGA Energy podcast is being produced and presented by CH2M and will share ... Read More »