CCM-Denver: Oil, Gas and the Truth

Event Details

CCM-Denver:  Oil, Gas and the Truth

Time: May 15, 2012 from 6pm to 9pm
Location: Hotel VQ in Denver
Street: 1975 Mile High Stadium Circle
City/Town: Denver, CO 80204
Website or Map:…
Event Type: meeting, ccm-denver
Organized By: posted by W. Branstetter
Latest Activity: May 15, 2012

Export to Outlook or iCal (.ics)

Event Description


Coalition for Conservative Majority-Denver has planned another terrific meeting for May with this topic "Oil, Gas and the Truth."  Join them at Hotel VQ.!/events/285806204837933/


Hotel VQ

1975 Mile High Stadium Circle,

Denver, CO 80204




Watch for additional details.

Note:  The April meeting was a women's panel that was referenced in a recent article by Michael Sandoval.




Comment Wall


RSVP for CCM-Denver: Oil, Gas and the Truth to add comments!

Join Arapahoe Tea Party

Comment by W. Branstetter on May 15, 2012 at 11:38am

Pauline Arrillaga, Associated Press reporter, who attended the April meeting has written an article that includes the two events she attended the day of the April CCM-Denver meeting.  The entire article is informative but the portion that discusses the Colorado women she met starts on page 3 of 4:


Comment by W. Branstetter on May 8, 2012 at 11:11pm

Roy Caldwell just added this information to the event announcement:


Colorado Oil, Gas and the Truth  

Hope you all plan to attend next Tuesday night, Hotel VQ, 6:00 pm, May 15, 2012 to be with CCM.  

Who is really to blame for high gas prices? Until many of our government policies are changed the price of oil will rise.  

The multimillion dollar Keystone XL pipeline project will reduce the US dependence on foreign oil and support job growth by putting thousands of Americans to work.  

Oil prices are directly related to gasoline prices for every one dollar increase in the price of a barrel of oil gasoline prices rise 2.5 cents per gallon at the pump.   Colorado adopted hydraulic fracturing fluid ingredient regulations effective April 1, requiring disclosure of all chemicals and establishing ways to protect proprietary information.

The rules drew praise from both oil and gas industry and environmental organizations.  

Do you want the truth?   Ask the panel, but come prepared to ask questions, they will not talk at you, it will require your interaction.  

1. William Hilscher, PE  

2. Travis Yee, COGA  

3. Cori Dayton Peth


Roy Caldwell



"Our big focus today is emphasizing outreach." Tisha Schuller, President of COGA explains. "We are trying to help the public understand our industry,how it has evolved over the years, how it has reduced its footprint on the environment, and the importance of the oil and gas industry in our state, There is a big push for education."



Attending (2)

© 2024   Created by Chairman's Committee.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service