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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

COGA Agrees to Dismissal of Longmont Regulatory Lawsuit


October 14, 2014 - Denver – The Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA) is announcing that it is voluntarily withdrawing its claims in the lawsuit filed against the City of Longmont (City) challenging the validity of certain aspects of the City’s oil and gas regulations.  While COGA maintains that certain aspects of the regulations are preempted by state law…Read More

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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

District Court Issues Strong Ruling Against Broomfield Fracking Ban


Summary Judgment Favors Local Oil & Gas Operator Sovereign Operating Company

Denver, CO – A Colorado District Court issued a strongly worded ruling upholding claims by local oil and gas operator Sovereign Operating Company that the Broomfield ban on hydraulic fracturing cannot apply retroactively to operations covered by prior agreement.

District Court Judge…Read More

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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

On Courts Decision that Lafayette Fracking Ban is Illegal and Violates State Law


STATEMENT FROM TISHA SCHULLER, PRESIDENT & CEO, COLORADO OIL & GAS ASSOCIATION ON COURTS DECISION THAT LAFAYETTE FRACKING BAN IS ILLEGAL AND VIOLATES STATE LAW


“For the third time in a month, a Colorado district judge has ruled that a local ban on fracking clearly violates state law. Today’s ruling was unequivocal, with Judge D.D. Mallard…Read More

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Thursday, August 7, 2014

Statement from COGA President Tisha Schuller - On Finding in Favor of Action to Dismiss Ft Coll Ban


Statement from COGA President Tisha Schuller - On finding in favor of action to dismiss Fort Collins Fracking Ban

 

“Today was yet another clear and unequivocal victory for Coloradans and for the strong, robust and vibrant system of oil and gas regulations in our state.

For the second time in thirty…Read More

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Monday, August 4, 2014

Statement from COGA Chairman Tom Sheffield and President Tisha Schuller


Statement from COGA Chairman Tom Sheffield and President Tisha Schuller - Regarding Governor's announcement on ballot initiatives

DENVER (August 4, 2014) – The following statements from Tisha Schuller, COGA President & CEO, and Tom Sheffield, COGA Chairman of the Board, are in reaction to the Governor’s announcement today regarding the creation of a Blue Ribbon Commission…Read More

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Monday, August 4, 2014

26th Annual Rocky Mountain Energy Summit Energy Expedition


26th Annual Rocky Mountain Energy Summit - Energy Expedition

August 4-7, 2014 • Colorado Convention Center • Denver Colorado


DENVER (August 4, 2014) – The Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA) 2014 Rocky Mountain Energy Summit will be held August 4 - 7 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. This year’s Energy…Read More

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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Regarding the Court Ruling the Longmont Oil and Gas Ban is Illegal


Statement from Tisha Schuller, President & CEO of the Colorado Oil & Gas Association regarding the Court ruling the Longmont oil and gas ban is illegal.

“Following the passage of a ban on hydraulic fracturing in Loveland in November 2012, the Colorado & Gas Association filed a motion for summary judgment to overturn the ban on…Read More

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Sunday, February 23, 2014

Doug Flander’s Statement Regarding Colorado’s New Air Quality Control Rules


Statement of Doug Flanders, Director of Policy and External Affairs, Colorado Oil & Gas Association, regarding the Colorado’s new air quality control rules

DENVER—“Oil and gas operators in Colorado strive to protect the health and safety of our communities and environment every day; after all, these are the communities where we are raising our families. The…Read More

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January 10, 2013

COGA’s Statement Regarding the Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission’s Setback Rulemaking


Setback regulation is a complex issue and requires an understanding of land use as well as surface and private property mineral rights, and after months of stakeholder meetings and three days of hearings, tonight the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) nearly finalized its oil and gas setback rule. This setback rulemaking hearing will be continued the week…Read More

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