COGA End of Session Review

Event Details

Please join the Colorado Oil & Gas Association and a bipartisan panel of lawmakers as we recap this year’s legislative session.

This breakfast panel discussion will highlight key takeaways for the energy industry in Colorado and set the stage for what’s coming in the year ahead. Come hear how what happens under the gold dome affects you!

Member Tickets: $25 | Non-Member Tickets: $35


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2018 Panelists

Senator Ray Scott (R)
Asst. Majority Leader
Senate District 7 – Mesa County

Prior to being elected to the General Assembly, Senator Scott worked for Conoco as a terminal manager, and as an Operations Manager for Williams Energy. Senator Scott founded Gas Products Corporation and currently owns Skyline Sports Center in Grand Junction and Scott Land Investments which specializes in land development and custom home building.

Senator Scott is committed to promoting faith, liberty and the values of our Founding Fathers. At the State Capitol, Senator Scott works to reduce job-killing regulations that stifle growth, oppose new taxes on Colorado’s middle class families, and fights to prioritize funding for safer roads and bridges in our state. Senator Scott chairs the Select Committee on Energy and the Environment, is the vice-chair of the Transportation committee, and serves on the Legislative Council.

When not at the Capitol or managing one of his three businesses, Senator Scott enjoys fly-fishing and spending time with his family.

Senator Angela Williams (D)
Senate District 33 – Denver County

Senator Angela Williams was first elected to represent Colorado House of Representatives, District 7 in 2010, in the House of Representatives she served as the Chairwoman of the powerful Business Affairs & Labor Committee and Legislative Council Committee. She served as the Majority Caucus Chair 2014-2016 and is the first African American female to hold this position in the state’s history. She is also the founding Chair of the Colorado Black Democratic Legislative Caucus. She currently serves on the Senate Business, Labor and Technology and Appropriations committees.

Angela resides in the Stapleton neighborhood. When she is not working and serving constituents, Angela spends her time volunteering for charity, mentoring youth and young professionals, cycling and enjoying our state’s numerous trails, parks and outdoor spaces.

Representative Lori Saine (R)
House Republican Caucus Chair
House District 63 – Weld County

Prior to joining the Legislature, Representative Lori Saine served as a city councilwoman for the city of Dacono. In her community, Representative Saine helped charter the Women of Weld Group. She served on Dacono’s Planning Commission and as chair of Dacono’s Economic Development Committee and was instrumental in branding Dacono as the home of extreme sports in Colorado. She also represented Dacono at the Carbon Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Carbon Valley Recreation District and the Steering Committee for the Southwest Weld Economic Development Initiative. Representative Saine serves on the House Agriculture, Livestock, and Natural Resources Committee, the Legislative Audit Committee, The Transportation and Energy Committee, and the Legislative Council.

Representative Saine and her husband live with their daughter in Firestone. Their family enjoys hiking, biking, camping, rafting, kayaking, and visiting Colorado’s many beautiful state and national parks.

Representative Paul Rosenthal (D)
House District 9 – Arapahoe & Denver Counties

State Rep. Paul Rosenthal is honored to serve on the House Local Government Committee.  He has helped pass bills that help create small business jobs and preserve the land, water and air of the State of Colorado.

Paul Rosenthal is a community activist in Southeast Denver. He is a special education, Economics, Civics, Geography, and U.S. History teacher at a youth correctional facility. For the past seven years, he has been an appointee by former Mayor Hickenlooper and now current Mayor Michael Hancock to the Denver Community Corrections Board, and he serves as Vice Chair. The board decides which offenders from prison may re-enter the community through Denver’s half-way houses. Rosenthal helped found the University Hills Neighborhood Association. For five years he served on the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Allied Jewish Federation.


Panel Moderators

Celesta Miracle – VP Stakeholder Relations – PDC Energy

Kari Gibson – Director State Government Affairs – ConocoPhillips