Kinzie Beavers, WPX Energy; Andrew Casper, Colorado Oil & Gas Association; Ronnie Causey, Amegy Bank; Travis Cottrell, Pioneer Natural Resources; Katherine Doolittle, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation; Austin Frey, Pioneer Natural Resources; Edward H. Green III, PDC Energy, Inc.; Matt Grossi, CH2M Hill Engineers, Inc.; Ana Maria Gutierrez, Hogan Lovells US, LLP; Alex Hughson, DCP Midstream; Kathleen Madigan, LT Environmental, Inc.; Carrie Osicka, Resolute Energy Corporation; Murugan Palani, Xcel Energy; Rachel A. Peterson, A.G. Wassenaar Inc.; Stefanie Pfabe, Bill Barrett Corporation; Jason Poppenhagen, Baker Hughes, Inc.; Rachel Rabun, Noble Energy; Evan Rodgers, PDC Energy, Inc.; Katherine Rushing, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation; Patrick Schauer, Tetra Tech, Inc.; Katherine Slape, URS Corporation; Scott Smith, QEP Energy Company; Kyle Sourk, Bill Barrett Corporation; Teale Stone, Bill Barrett Corporation; Nicholas J. Sutton III, Resolute Energy Corporation; Rachael Taylor, Beatty & Wozniak, P.C.; Geoffrey G. Uhlemann, URS Corporation; Eric Waeckerlin, Davis Graham & Stubbs, LLP; Kevin Wolfe, Stantec Consulting Services;Ty Woodworth, WPX Energy
Still the industry's most informative and affordable conference! Unlike for-profit industry conferences, all monies raised by The Energy Summit conference goes back to the industry in the form of legislative, legal, and grassroots efforts that are at the core of COGA's mission. Learn More.
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.