Oil and Gas Association gets new director

Public lands consultant and Mesa State College graduate David Ludlam will serve as the new executive director of the Colorado Oil & Gas Association’s Western Slope Chapter, the organization said today.

Ludlam replaces Kathy Hall, a former Mesa County commissioner who led the group since its inception and said in October she was resigning.

Ludlam has consulted in the energy and tourism sectors. He will be responsible for promoting and enhancing oil and natural gas production in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin on behalf of member companies that operate or provide services there.

The group’s president, Kenneth G. Leis of Laramie Energy, said in a news release, “Ludlam brings the right mix of thoughtfulness and enthusiasm to our organization. We believe his deliberative and measured approach makes him the right person to represent our interests moving forward.”

Ludlam lives in Grand Junction with his wife and daughter.


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