CERI has participated in a variety of energy-related events in many parts of Colorado to highlight the state’s role in the emerging new energy economy. The objective is to deliver a message of the importance to all of Colorado of the changes underway in the energy industry, and of the opportunity Colorado has to influence the development of that new economy.
The Energy and Minerals Field Institute (EMFI)
The EMFI conducted a very successful Government Field Program in August 2006 that included visits to 11 different energy sites including solar and wind energy, underground coal, petroleum, oil shale, hydroelectric, coalbed methane, surface coal, and coal-fired generation. The program included three formal issue discussions on community development, water policy, and environmental impacts on national parks. Individuals from congressional and federal executive offices, federal departments, and State agencies participated.
International Oil Shale Symposium
The Colorado School of Mines and CERI will host the 27th Oil Shale Symposium at the Green Center on the Colorado School of Mines Campus between October 15-19, 2007. The Symposium will review development of oil shale resources worldwide, including research & development, impact analysis, regulatory framework, and project & program status.
Please link here for more information about the 27th Oil Shale Symposium.
Regional Colorado Energy Symposia
CERI is committed to bringing up-to-date information on all forms of energy to all parts of the state. The following events have been held in various locations in Colorado:
Can the San Luis Valley Lead the Way Symposium?, Adams State College, Alamosa, 2006
Senator Ken Salazar’s Energy Summits, Denver, 2006 and 2007
Energy Exposition, Grand Junction, 2005 and 2007
EnCana Energy Fair, Rifle, 2006 and 2007
Associated Governments of Northern Colorado Energy Career Day, 2006