Announcements




Call for Volunteers to serve on the NGOGP Board

posted Aug 13, 2014, 2:05 PM by Next Generation O&G Professionals

Calling all Volunteers: If you have ever wanted to serve on the NGOGP Board please email us at: next.generation.oil.gas.com

2014 Flag Football

posted Aug 13, 2014, 2:01 PM by Next Generation O&G Professionals   [ updated Aug 13, 2014, 2:02 PM ]

Flag Football Registration will open Friday August 15th. Please check the Flag Football Page for details!

Energy League Kickball!

posted Apr 10, 2014, 9:19 AM by Next Generation O&G Professionals

Registration for the 2014 is now open.  Check out the  Kickball page for more info!

October Lunch & Learn

posted Oct 2, 2013, 12:55 PM by Next Generation O&G Professionals   [ updated Oct 3, 2013, 10:45 AM ]


2013 Flag Football

posted Jul 24, 2013, 2:16 PM by Next Generation O&G Professionals

Energy League Flag football will return begining August 29th!  Games are played Thursdays at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.
 
Go to the Football page for more info.

Happy Hour & Rockies Game

posted Apr 11, 2013, 3:08 PM by Next Generation O&G Professionals   [ updated May 16, 2013, 3:38 PM ]

SAVE THE DATE - JUNE 6TH
 
Next Generation Oil & Gas Professionals is hosting a networking happy hour and NGOGP Night @ the Rockies.
 
Happy Hour details TBD & Rockies Discounted Tickets available for $25 in Section 117 (Face Value of $39).  Friends and Family are welcomed.
 
Purchase ticket here before May 24th or until they run out.

Energy League Summer Sports

posted Apr 11, 2013, 2:10 PM by Next Generation O&G Professionals

Registration for Energy League Kickball, Softball, Volleyball, and Tennis are now OPEN!!
 
Go to the Sports League page for more info and to sign up.
 
See you this summer!

Prosper Colorado Rally

posted Nov 6, 2012, 4:26 PM by Next Generation O&G Professionals   [ updated Nov 7, 2012, 8:31 AM ]

The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce and other business oriented organizations are hosting a rally called Prosper Colorado on Tuesday, Nov 13, 2012, noon to 1, on the west Capitol steps. It will  provide support to the local governments, the Hickenlooper Administration, state elected officials, and the COGCC for encouraging reasonable, pro-responsible energy development policies.  We have been asked to help gather attendees for this rally; the importance of which to our industry cannot be overstated.

 

Prosper Colorado seeks to convey that there is a largely silent majority who believe that oil and gas can and should be developed responsibly in Colorado.  There is a robust, bipartisan consensus that Colorado needs a consistent, unified approach to oil and gas regulation – one that encourages energy investment by ensuring a stable, predictable oil and gas regulatory environment.  This rally will demonstrate strong support among the silent majority of Coloradans for this bipartisan, statewide approach to energy regulation.

This development will ensure the economic development of our natural resources and the continuation of over 107,000 oil and gas jobs in our state.  This is a non-partisan issue that affects us all and we must share in the responsibility of energy development to ensure accessible, affordable energy for everyone.

 

The rally will consist of five speakers from the business community, working sector and local government sector. Speeches will be kept to three minutes and will consist of positive, pro-responsible regulation messaging. The intent is not to start a debate, but to continue a rational conversation on the real issues.  Hot cocoa, hot cider and snacks will be available and there will also be pre and event duration collection of donations for Energy Outreach Colorado.

 

We all depend on reliable and affordable energy, so we must ensure that it is produced safely and responsibly. Not to mention, oil and gas is critical to our working families and small businesses, allowing our state to prosper.  The vast majority of Coloradans believes these simple truths, and it is time for this majority to be heard.  For too long, a very vocal minority has spread misinformation and disseminated unwarranted fear throughout our communities.  We must rely on science and fact to build a structure of rational regulations on oil and gas, and to do that, our voices must be heard.  Please join us in encouraging your membership to attend this meeting by sending an e-blast this week. We don’t need branded clothing or signs; we just need enthusiastic support for the cause.

 

Below is an e-flyer that may be helpful to spreading the word. Please let me know if you have any follow up questions.

 

Thanks very much for your support of this event,

 

Sarah
 

Immigration Law & Regulatory Compliance Breakfast

posted Nov 6, 2012, 4:23 PM by Next Generation O&G Professionals

Immigration Law & Regulatory Compliance Breakfast

November 7, 2012 at the Westin Hotel in Denver, CO

Western Energy Alliance is hosting a panel on Immigration Law and Regulatory Compliance on Wednesday, November 7th at the Westin Hotel. Please join us for breakfast and an informative discussion with Kenneth Stern of Stern & Curray, Kathleen Schroder of Bjork Lindley Little PC, and Eric Waeckerlin of Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP.

  • Kathleen Schroder will provide an overview of federal and state laws and regulations regarding oil and natural gas development, including a survey of oil and gas conservation, environmental quality and royalty requirements, to answer the who, what, when and where of regulatory compliance. She’ll provide practical advice on how to avoid regulatory pitfalls and ensure operations can proceed in a timely manner.
  • Eric Waeckerlin will discuss Western Energy Alliance’s petitions to EPA and the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals on the recently enacted regulations on hydraulic fracturing air emissions. He’ll discuss the prospects for success in court, and what companies need to do now to comply with the new rules, even as the litigation winds its way through the legal system.
  • Kenneth Stern will address what every company needs to know about immigration rules and regulations. He’ll discuss how to strategically plan for immigration visas, the timing requirements for business visitor status versus work visas, and how to make the best use of human capital to address business needs.

Member: $45

Non-Member: $65

Young Professional: $35  (Please call 303-623-0987 to receive your discounted rate)

Click here to register and contact Wendy Wollert with additional questions.

Free luncheon w/ Rebecca Rosen, Gov. Mitt Romney's energy & environment advisor

posted Oct 31, 2012, 12:39 PM by Next Generation O&G Professionals

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