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Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA)


Founded in 1984, COGA’s purpose is to foster and promote the beneficial, efficient, responsible, and environmentally sound development, production, and use of Colorado’s oil and natural gas resources. COGA is a nationally recognized trade association that aggressively promotes the expansion of Rocky Mountain oil and natural gas markets, supply, and transportation infrastructure through its growing and diverse membership. As an organization, COGA values:

  • Innovative approaches to engagement, education, and providing member value;
  • Thoughtful policy that prioritizes the best interests of Colorado and communities while representing industry objectives;
  • Authentic, transparent engagement with communities and industry stakeholders;
  • Representing the best interests of the industry statewide over individual companies or basins;
  • Creating transparent, accountable collaboration with stakeholders.
Headquarters Address

1800 Glenarm Place
Suite 1100
Denver, CO 80202
United States

Main Phone Number


Why You Shouldn’t Count Colorado Oil and Gas Out

With a rigorous regulatory and environmental framework, here’s why oil and gas producers in the Centennial State have a key role to play in the “clean energy future,” according to Dan Haley, CEO of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association.

Oil and Gas Investor Niobrara Spotlight: Colorado’s D-J Basin Settles In

Following a flurry of big-name consolidation and a prolonged period of regulatory revision, operators are adapting to the new norm. But while production is expected to remain steady, rigs are rare.

PATH FORWARD: COGA’s Dan Haley on The North Face, Oil and Gas in Society, Colorado’s Production Future

In launching its ‘Fueling Our Lives’ campaign to educate the public on the role oil and gas plays in society, the Colorado Oil & Gas Association gave an interesting award to The North Face following viral criticism of the outdoor apparel company.

Anti-fracking Group Proposes Limited Colorado Oil And Gas Drilling

The initiatives include a steep increase in the insurance that oil companies in Colorado are required to carry to cover abandoned wells and would widen the separation between new wells and public areas.

Interview: Tisha Schuller Doesn’t Shy Away From Debate

The former COGA leader talks environmental and policy challenges, oil and gas investment and growing initiatives within the industry.

Colorado Oil And Gas: Battleground State

The Colorado oil and gas industry is on the state’s endangered list, fighting a running battle with activists intent on stopping fracking. Now the industry faces renewed legislative challenges.

CPC, COGA Leaders Weigh In On Colorado’s SB19-181 Ahead Of Quick Committee Hearing

Dan Haley, president and CEO of the Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA), and Tracee Bentley, executive director of the Colorado Petroleum Council (CPC) released a joint statement on March 3 concerning the introduction of the Colorado Senate Bill 19-181.