Ashely Ager selected as one of Denver Business Journal’s Top 40 Women in Energy for 2019
Ashley Ager, Senior Geologist/ Vice President of Regional Offices at LTE was named as one of Denver Business Journal’s Top 40 Women in Energy for 2019. Accepted from over 130 nominations received, Ashley was recognized not only for her dedication to making an impact on the Colorado energy industry, but also for her unfailing willingness to give back to the communities where she works and lives. Ashley joined LTE nine years ago and was the owner of her own business in Durango, Colorado serving oil and gas clients. In the nearly 20 years she has been active in the oil and gas industry, she has conducted projects covering nearly every aspect of oil and gas exploration and production remediation and compliance, including various environmental programs, interpreting and implementing environmental regulations, negotiating site closures with regulatory agencies, designing approaches to regulatory changes, providing technical oversight for identifying liabilities during asset acquisitions, and conducting baseline residential groundwater monitoring, impacted site management, Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure activities, and final reclamations.
Aside from cleaning up a little bit of Colorado for oil and gas clients, Ashley serves as a Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commissioner, appointed by Governor Hickenlooper as a soil reclamation expert from the Western Slope, since 2016. In addition, she is a member of the Colorado Environmental Management Society, a member of the La Plata County Board of Adjustments since 2015, a Board Member of the Four Corners Safety Network, a Community Contribution Committee member of the La Plata Energy Council, a Board Member of the New Mexico Oil & Gas Association Occupational Safety and Health Administration Alliance, a member of New Mexico Oil and Gas Association Methane Study Workgroup, and a Regulatory Committee Member on the North Dakota Petroleum Council.
Ashley continually seeks to serve Colorado by combining her technical background in soil reclamation with a desire to work on public issues and judiciously administer development of oil and gas resources in Colorado to the greatest benefit of our citizens and environment. Ashley was inspired to work in the Energy Industry due to the opportunities to work in a variety of places across Colorado and the American West; to keep Colorado clean through environmental consulting work; to use her expertise to keep oil and gas companies compliant with environmental regulations; to use her experience to develop business skills to expand LTE corporate growth strategies and services; to grow professionally; and to have the flexibility to live in a small, remote town such as Durango, Colorado.
We are so proud of Ashley to be among this elite group of women.
Learn more about Ashley: https://www.bizjournals.com/denver/c/dbj-2019-top-women-in-energy/8994/ashley-ager.html
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