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 »
Today the Colorado Oil and Gas Association (COGA) filed a lawsuit, in partnership with the American Petroleum Institute (API), to challenge the City of Thornton’s new oil and gas regulations.
Thornton’s City Council passed illegal energy regulations in August after an extremely limited stakeholder process. COGA and other willing contributors were given little to no opportunity to offer feedback on the proposed rules. Still, to avoid litigation, we submitted multiple letters articulating serious legal concerns with Thornton’s proposed regulations, particularly regarding operational preemption. Those concerns were ignored, making it ne ... Read More »
DENVER (February 15, 2017) – Statement from the Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA) regarding the allegations in University of Colorado School of Public Health study:
“This is a very serious allegation. If you recall, Lisa McKenzie’s last major study in 2014 was disavowed by state health officials and in fact the state’s top health official went so far as to say the public could be “misled” by it. University researchers shouldn’t be in the game of scaring people just to secure additional funding. Still, public health is obviously of great concern to our industry and we will review her data immediately. We also look for ... Read More »
DENVER (February 14, 2017) – Statement from Dan Haley, President and CEO of the Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA) regarding the Colorado Attorney General’s decision to file a lawsuit against Boulder County’s long-term moratorium on oil and gas development:
“It's not about drilling, or fracking, or pipelines, it's about the law. And the law is clear: Long-term moratoriums -- and this one is over five years now -- are illegal. Boulder County shouldn’t be surprised that the Attorney General cares about the rule of law in Colorado.”
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