As president and CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, Kelly Brough is focused on putting more Coloradans to work – in really great jobs. It’s a clear call to action that’s driven this CEO from higher education to City Hall to the Chamber. Kelly has worked to advance our state and find opportunities for improvement, whether it’s advocating for P-20 education reform, implementing ground breaking programs like 3-1-1 and pay for performance for the City and County of Denver or consulting on dispute resolution for local governments. She’s directed an internationally recognized leadership program, been the chief of staff to then-Mayor John Hickenlooper and was the first female director of human resources for the City and County of Denver – in a common theme, she was also the first female snow plow driver at Stapleton International Airport and the first female CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber. Though born and raised in a small town in Montana, she’s Colorado to the core. In fact, you’re just as likely to catch her testifying at the capitol as you are to find her climbing mountain passes on her road bike.
Multiple rulemakings, a new professional COGCC, and local government regulatory authority. What has happened since SB19-181 passed? What have been our successes, what have been our greatest challenges and what does the path forward look like?
With the failure of OPEC+ members to make a substantial cut to crude oil production, the forecast for crude oil prices remains grim as demand dries up across the world. The crude oil and natural gas markets in North America are now faced with a series of unique and difficult challenges not seen in decades, if ever. At the same time as crude oil and associated gas production is falling victim to a reduction in the price of crude oil, the spread of COVID-19 has disrupted both domestic and export demand of natural gas in North America and across the globe. This session will provide a forecast of how long low price pain will endure, characteristics of operators who are most likely to survive and testimonial from individual operators who are navigating the choppy waters ahead.