Head of Colorado Oil and Gas Association resigns
July 21, 2009
DENVER – The president of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association has resigned after two years in the position.
The industry group says Meg Collins stepped down effective Thursday to “pursue other interests.”
Collins led the association’s battle against stricter state regulations for oil and gas drilling. The rules took effect in April but the association has filed suit seeking to block them.
Previously, Collins was director of environmental affairs for the Colorado Livestock Association.