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Event Overview:

The Rocky Mountain Energy Summit Conference has evolved since its inception in 1989 to be a nationally-recognized event for industry stakeholders. The conference is the longest running conference of its kind and distinguishes itself by inspiring positive engagement and change in our industry.  Over the last four years, we’ve averaged approximately 2,000 participants. Unlike for-profit industry conferences,all monies raised by this conference go back to the industry in the form of legislative, legal, and grassroots efforts that are at the core of COGA’s mission. After 26 years, this conference maintains a reputation for delivering thought provoking content and the best industry networking opportunity in the Rockies.

About COGA:

COGA is a nationally recognized trade association that aggressively promotes the expansion of Rocky Mountain natural gas markets, supply, and transportation infrastructure through its growing and diverse membership.

There may be many networking opportunities at the 2016 Rocky Mountain Energy Summit (RMES). Find out more in the event details below.

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Website: http://www.coga.org/...
Conference/Event Dates: 08/22/2016 - 08/25/2016
Classification: B2B
Primary Industry: Energy
Other Industries: Associations: Trade / Professional, Business, Energy, Utilities
Estimated Attendance: 1,300
Audience: Oil & Gas Industry Professionals
Notes: Past Attendee Statistics:

2014 Attendees:
Students - 1%
Landman - 2%
Policy Maker - 3%
Private Capital, Investment Firms & Bankers - 3%
Geologist/Geophysicist - 3%
Pipeline Professional - 4%
Service Company Professional - 5%
Non Profit Professional - 6%
Other - 8%
Oil & Gas Executive - 14%
Oil & Gas Professional - 51%

2014 Companies:
Government Agencies - 3%
Media - 3%
Higher Education Institutions - 4%
Midstream - 7%
Professional Firms - 18%
Producers - 22%
Service Companies - 43%
Venue: Colorado Convention Center
Venue Phone: (303) 228-8000
Venue Type: Indoor - Convention Center
Official Conference Hotel:Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center
Conference Hotel URL:http://denverregency.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html...
Number of Exhibitors:100
Show Owner:Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA)
Show Manager:COGA
Sponsorship: Yes

Booth Size Booth Cost   Available Amenities
10' x 10' $1,995   Electricity: Yes - Unknown Price
10' x 20' $3,990   Water: n/a
20' x 20' $7,980   Generator: n/a
10' x 10' Innovator Circle $2,495 / Prices are subject to change.   Marketing Vehicles Allowed: Yes
Other Booth Sizes Available: Yes

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2015 Exhibitors:

Adams Industries Inc.
AEI (Advanced Engineering Investigations)
Agility Solutions
Alliance Consulting Engineers
AMCI Wireless
American Red Cross
Apex Companies LLC
Applied Control
ARCADIS
Avanti Environmental, Inc
Battery Systems Inc.
Behrens & Associates Inc.
Bureau Veritas North America, Inc
Burns School – ELM Program – University of Denver
Calfrac Well Services
Cartasite
CAST Transportation
CenterPoint Energy Mobile Energy Solutions
CGRS, Inc.
Chippewa Resources
COGA Elite Cycling Team
Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development (CRED)
Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission
Colorado School of Mines
Commodity Square
Crestmark Bank
Denver Business Journal
Denver Petroleum Club
Easter Owens
Elkhorn Holdings/ Wood Group
Emerson Process Management
Encore Electric
Energy Africa Conference
Engineering America, Inc.
EnRUD Resources, Inc.
Ensign United States Drilling, Inc.
Eurofins Lancaster Labs Environmental
FilterBoxx Energy Services
Forefront Emergency Management
GeoStabalization International
Halo Branded Solutions
Hi-Tech Testing Service, Inc.
Innovative Access Solutions (IAS)
INSTRUMENTAIR (A division of Process Solutions of Durango Inc.)
KLJ Engineering
LEC Services LLC
Lesair Environmental Inc.
Love Cosmetics and Health
LT Environmental
McAda Drilling Fluids, Inc
NAPE Rockies
Newalta Environmental Services
Nilex Inc.
Noble Energy, Inc.
OGsys-Oil & Gas Information Systems
Oilfield Helping Hands- Rocky Mountain Chapter
Oilfield Water Logistics
Origins Laboratory, Inc.
OtterTail Environmental, Inc.
Our Energy Moment
Palmer Drives Controls & Systems, Inc.
Pandell
Petroleum Field Services
Pioneer Energy
Pipeliners Local Union 798
Pond & Company
Quality Mat Company
Rain for Rent
Raptor Nylon Pipe
Rebellion Phototonics
Red Hen Systems LLC
REGS LLC/ A SEER Company
Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America (RPSEA)
RETTEW
Rocky Mountain Oil Journal
Samuel Engineering
Sierra Dust Control, LLC
SPOC Automation
Surveying and Mapping LLC
Swift Worldwide Resources
Symmetry Oilfield Solutions
Tamarack Consulting LLC
Tetra Tech
The University of Tulsa
THRIVEOLOGY
TPSCO LLC
TRF Energy Solutions
Trinity Services and Consulting
Uintah Engineering and Land Surveying (UELS)
University of Colorado Denver | Business School | Global Energy Management Program
Wagner Equipment Co.
Waste Management Energy Services
Western States Reclamation Inc.
William H. Smith & Associates, Inc.
Winn-Marion Companies
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