The Oil & Gas Accountability Project

Location:

1 2 Main AvenueDurangoColorado81302United States View Map

Phone:

(970) 259-3353

Website:

www.ogap.org

Fax:

(970) 259-7514
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Description:

OGAP offers critical support services for communities and private landowners who face oil and gas issues. In October 2003, OGAP will host its annual People's Oil & Gas Summit bringing together organizations, activists and landowners from across the country to build new skills, develop strategies and strengthen the national network of oil and gas activists! OGAP also works to raise the visibility of oil and gas issues through the media. Throughout the last year, we have provided information to a number of national media outlets, including Time Magazine, Newsweek, People Magazine, Mother Jones, CNN, The Denver Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Dallas Morning News and NBC Nightly News resulting in widespread newspaper, radio and television stories. OGAP also provides one-on-one technical support to organizations to develop effective organizing and legal strategies. OGAP educates landowners on their rights, distributes model surface use agreements, and distributes citizens' guides to participating in oil and gas decision-making on public lands and negotiating with oil and gas companies. Through these services OGAP seeks to build an organized constituency committed to reforming oil and gas policy on public, private and tribal lands, and directly assist property owners who often have little recourse or bargaining power with oil and gas companies who lease the mineral rights below their property.

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