Monday, April 14, 2014

The Future of Fracking: Is Local Control the Answer?

Join The Denver Post editorial board for a forum on the conflict over regulation of oil and gas operations in light of ballot measures that voters could face in the fall. The event is free to attend, but you must obtain a ticket.

When: 6-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 15. Refreshments will be provided in the lobby at 5:30 p.m.

Where: Denver Post Auditorium, 101 W. Colfax Avenue

Featured panelists:

Barbara Green is a partner in the law firm Sullivan Green Seavy, where she practices environmental and land use law, handling issues that include oil and gas development.  Green served on the Governor’s Task Force on state and local regulation of oil and gas development.

Elise Jones is a Boulder County commissioner who previously served as executive director of the Colorado Environmental Coalition. She also has worked as a regional director for the League of Conservation Voters, and a project coordinator for the National Wildlife Federation.

Tisha Conoly Schuller is president and chief executive officer of the Colorado Oil & Gas Association. Previously, Schuller served as a principal and vice president with Tetra Tech, a national environmental consulting and engineering firm. 

David Neslin is a partner in the law firm Davis Graham & Stubbs, where he assists clients with energy and environmental matters. He is past director of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission and chaired the state review of environmental regulations. 

Editorial board members:

Vincent Carroll, editorial page editor

Alicia Caldwell, editorial writer

Jeremy Meyer, editorial writer


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