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Colorado Petroleum Council promotes Carrie Hackenberger to associate director

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DENVER, July 25, 2019 – The Colorado Petroleum Council today announced that Carrie Hackenberger has been promoted to associate director of the Colorado Petroleum Council, API’s Colorado division.

“Carrie has been a staunch advocate for the industry since she joined this team in 2016 and she was a rock for the industry during the last legislative session, stepping up to lead in ways that went above and beyond her job description and years of experience,” said Lynn Granger, executive director of the Colorado Petroleum Council. “We couldn’t be more thrilled for her to take on this new role as she is truly an emerging leader within the natural gas and oil industry.”

In her new role, Hackenberger will work closely with Granger in leading Colorado Petroleum Council’s legislative and policy efforts across Colorado.

This past year, Hackenberger helped guide the team during Colorado’s tumultuous legislative session and CPC’s executive director transition. Hackenberger joined CPC in September 2016 as its operations manager. Over the years, her role evolved to include policy and regulatory analysis, social media and sponsorship management, member engagement, and event coordination.

Hackenberger holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Colorado State University as well as a Master of Science from University of Colorado Denver’s Global Energy Management program. Hackenberger anticipates receiving her Master of Business Administration from the University of Colorado Denver in 2020.

The Colorado Petroleum Council is a division of API, which represents all segments of America’s oil and natural gas industry. Its more than 600 members produce, process, and distribute most of the nation’s energy. The industry supports 10.3 million U.S. jobs and is backed by a growing grassroots movement of more than 47 million Americans. API was formed in 1919 as a standards-setting organization. In its first 100 years, API has developed more than 700 standards to enhance operational and environmental safety, efficiency and sustainability.