UNM School of Law’s Natural Resources and Environmental Law Program and the Utton Center presents a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) panel discussion, “Colorado’s Experience with State Pollution Regulations for the Oil and Gas Sector.” 

The discussion is Friday, Nov. 16 from 1:30 to 3:45 p.m. in the auditorium of UNM Continuing Education, North Building.

Colorado was the first state to regulate hydrocarbon emissions, including volatile organic compounds and methane, from new and existing oil and gas production and transmission facilities. This CLE presents a deep dive on Colorado’s Regulation 7, offering perspectives from the state regulator, an oil and gas producer involved in the development of the regulations and a leading environmental organization. 

The panelists will include:

  • Martha Rudolph, director of Environmental Programs, Colo. Dept. of Public Health and Environment.
  • Kate Fay, director of Climate Program and Policy, Noble Energy.
  • Jon Goldstein, director, Regulatory and Legislative Affairs, Environmental Defense Fund.
  • Moderator Gabe Pacyniak, assistant professor, UNM School of Law.

The program has been approved for 2.0 hours of General MCLE credit. No pre-registration is required. Free parking will be provided.