Bob Belkowski, J-W Energy Company; Justin Beougher, WPX Energy; Jennifer L. Biever, Hogan Lovells US LLP; Chris Boub, Edgen Murray Corporation; Scott Buller, Bill Barrett Corporation; Meghan M. Campbell, QEP Energy Company; Brian Cocchiere, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation; Celeste Coffman, CH2M Hills Engineers Inc; Keiven D. Cosgriff, Antero Resources Corporation; Brett Forkner, LT Environmental Inc; Ashley Gapter, Ensign US Drilling; Candace Hartley, Lamp Rynearson & Associates Inc; Mercedee Renz Hutton, Colorado Oil & Gas Association; Sarah Landry, Colorado Oil & Gas Association; Cathrine Lockhart, Pioneer Natural Resources; Angela Mallon, Noble Energy, Inc.; Sarai Martinez, QEP Energy Company; Megan Nyberg, Tablerock Land Services; Shannon Osterhout, Pioneer Natural Resources; Brian K. Owen, Xcel Energy; Ashley Pedersen, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation; Elaine Porter, Tetra Tech, Inc; Stacey Redel, Suncor Energy Marketing (USA) Inc.; Brian Reger, Forest Oil Corporation; Adam D. Shelton, Jost & Shelton Energy Group, P.C.; Lyndsey Skatberg, WPX Energy; Jason Rory Stewart, Baker Hughes; Ryan Sullivan, SM Energy; Eric Swenson, PDC Energy, Inc; Kelli Wead, PDC Energy, Inc; Nathan Wojcik, SWCA Environmental Consultants
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Colorado has a plentiful and diverse energy resource mix including coal, wind, solar, oil, and an abundance of natural gas. Our state is one of the leading producers of oil and natural gas with several major basins, and also viable resources for renewable energy. Colorado has a long history with oil and gas production and is leading the country in developing sensible regulations that promote the safe and responsible development of fossil energy. Learn More.
To maintain a unified and effective strategy, COGA facilitates numerous committees which track and engage on regulatory, legislative, and legal issues affecting the oil and gas industry. Our robust committee structure provides members the opportunity to share their expertise as well as provide critical input and insight into COGA strategies and activities. COGA strongly encourages participation and engagement in our standing committees. Learn More.
With over 50 events and programs in a year, COGA continues to develop and build out programs that educate, engage and mobilize the employees of member companies. Learn More.
COGA is the "go to source" for media inquiries and information regarding the oil and gas industry in Colorado. By establishing relationships and working closely with local and national media outlets , our goal is to provide the most up to date, accurate, and relevant information regarding the industry. Learn More.