DENVER — June 11, 2018 — The oil and natural gas industry in Colorado continues to reduce emissions, which improves public safety and our environment.
In 2017, COGA member companies proactively plugged and reclaimed an estimated 1,850 wells, and they plan to plug and reclaim an additional 2,150 wells in 2018. Read More »
DENVER — June 4, 2018 — The oil and natural gas industry in Colorado continues to reduce emissions and mitigate the effects of ground-level ozone as part of its ongoing commitment to being good stewards of our natural resources and protecting the environment.
To further assist with this critical challenge, a number of Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA) member companies operating within the nonattainment area are participating in a voluntary industry program during the 2018 peak-ozone season. Read More »
Colorado Oil & Gas Association in response to the Climate Lawsuit being filed against the oil & gas industry by Boulder County, San Miguel County, and the City of Boulder.
“Coloradans won’t fall for this political stunt. This is not a serious way to address climate concerns. A number of courts, including the United States Supreme Court, already have dismissed prior cases making similar allegations, based on the fact Congress enacted the Clean Air Act to manage emissions that may impact our environment. This lawsuit is similarly misguided. It improperly seeks to have judges, rather than the appropriate regulatory oversight ...
DENVER – Colorado Oil and Gas Association (COGA) members raised more than $200,000 for the Tennyson Center for Children, while also recognizing its 2018 Community Service Award winners at COGA’s recent Mardi Gras Ball.
Tennyson Center for Children is dedicated to helping children who have experienced severe abuse, neglect, and/or trauma so they can bravely, and safely, change their life’s story. Read More »
DENVER (November 16, 2017) – Statement from the Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA) and Environmental Defense Fund (EDF):
The Air Quality Control Commission today voted to strengthen air quality requirements for the Denver Metro/North Front Range Ozone Non-Attainment Area by approving revisions to Colorado’s Regulation 7.
Revisions include the following new oil and gas regulatory requirements: increased inspection frequency for certain facilities in the Leak Detection and Repair Program, a new inspection program for pneumatic controllers, and a mutual commitment to further evaluate and analyze potential areas ... Read More »