DENVER (AP) — Colorado’s top oil and gas regulator is stepping down to take a job with an energy consulting company.
The Oil and Gas Conservation Commission said Monday Director Matt Lepore is resigning on March 4 after more than five years in the job.READ MORE: Trevor Woodruff Identified As Suspect In Deadly Shooting Outside Of Walgreens
He’ll become legal counsel and strategic adviser for Adamantine Energy, a Denver consulting group that works with energy companies dealing with regulators, activists, investors and others.READ MORE: Maize In The City, Colorado Family Tradition, Opens For A New Year
Adamantine’s founder and top executive is Tisha Schuller. Schuller was formerly CEO of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association, a major industry lobbying group in Colorado.
The new director of the oil and gas commission will be Julie Murphy, currently assistant director for energy and minerals at the Colorado Department of Natural Resources. That department is the oil and gas commission’s parent agency.MORE NEWS: Colorado Task Force 1 No Longer On Alert Amid Intensifying Hurricane Sam
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