The Colorado Oil and Gas Association is excited to announce the Energy Advocate program. This program builds off the momentum of recent campaigns, empowering industry members to engage in political advocacy at state and local levels of government.
When we reflect on recent year's election cycles, we are in awe of Colorado's amazing oil and natural gas industry. Energy employees show what we are able to achieve when we are motivated and when we are united.
We have won many battles, but the defense of our industry is far from over. We must continue to spread our message. We've knocked on voters' doors and now we need to knock on legislators' doors. We've put up yard signs and now we need to sign up to testify and share our stories at public meetings. We have rallied outside the Capitol, and now it's time to go inside to protect Colorado's energy future. Our work is just beginning and it will take all of us.
That's why COGA is committed to providing a training ground for Coloradans in the oil and natural gas industry to raise their voice and show their energy pride.
What to look for from the Energy Advocate program:
- Information: As an Energy Advocate, COGA will help you stay up to date on key issues and empower you with the information you need, including how to find your legislator, bill tracking, talking points, and factsheets.
- Resources: COGA will be your go-to source for tools and information to prepare, support and defend the facts you share about our industry. You will learn how to effectively communicate with your elected officials, how to testify in a committee hearing or public meeting, how to navigate local government processes, and much more.
- Activation: When the opportunity comes, Energy Advocates will receive customized action alerts with information about where and when you can effectively raise your voice and advocate for your industry.
Sign-up for policy alerts, updates about Energy Advocate trainings, and find your elected officials at www.COGA.org/TakeAction.