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Homework: Peruse a Handful of our Distinguished Speakers Publications

Sarah Landry  08/20/15
Conference Director and Chief Operating Officer, COGA

You officially have only one weekend separating you from the greatest conference you have ever attended. How will you best utilize this time? You may be thinking about 14’ers, backyard BBQs, or even a deep sniff of the corpse flower – but let me introduce you to the most compelling and engaging reading assignment you’ve had since you stole your kids’ Harry Potter books.

To further emphasize the prestige of this year’s conference speakers, I encourage you to take an early dive into their thoughts, forecasts, insights, and, at times, even humor. Below you will find books, reports, twitter feeds, blogs, and articles from our distinguished speakers and their organizations.…Read More

A Review of the 2015 Legislative Session

Jim Cole and Garin Vorthmann  06/08/2015

The 2014 election saw changes to our state government.  While Governor John Hickenlooper (D) was elected for a second term, there was quite a bit of turn over at the State Legislature, with 27 new members in the House and Senate.  Plus, the Republicans took control of the Senate while the Democrats maintained their…Read More

State Regulatory Update

Andrew Casper   2/8/13

COGA continues to monitor and engage in regulatory matters at Colorado agencies that have potential to impact oil and gas development in Colorado. This year is starting with a flurry of activity, especially at the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) and the Colorado Department of Health and Environment, Air Pollution Control Division (APCD). 

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