DENVER — The Colorado Oil and Gas Association has named a vice president of an environmental consulting and engineering firm as its new president.
The trade group said Thursday that Tisha Conoly Schuller from Tetra Tech will succeed Meg Collins, who resigned in July.
Schuller was a vice president for regional operations at Tetra Tech and worked on environmental permitting for oil and natural gas projects across the country.
Schuller says she wants to focus on how the oil and gas industry can increase its contribution "to economic and energy solutions in Colorado."
The oil and gas group has been at the forefront of opposing stricter oil and gas regulations that took effect in April and is suing to try to overturn them.