The purpose of the Colorado Wyoming Petroleum Marketers Association is to promote trade and related industries; promote good policy and sound business principles; promote fair enactment of state and federal legislation and regulations relating the petroleum marketing; to serve the members through programs or communications to educate on good principles, regulatory and legislative issues.
Members get benefits through relationships and knowledge. CWPMA believes that involvement and creating relationships with all elected members of your government is what is necessary to protect and promote your interests.
By joining CWPMA, you become an intergral part of having your voice heard. Every member makes a difference and benefits.
CWPMA has membership for Marketers, Vendors, and Suppliers. Click here for details.
Click here to download a brochure about the advertising opportunities available with CWPMA.
9/1/18 - 5/31/19
1/4/19 - 5/3/19
The Colorado Legislative session
3/1/19 - 12/31/19
Chairman Steve Perkins has called for a Wyoming Board of Trustees Meeting on Thursday, April 18, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. until adjourned. The focus of the meeting is the 2019 legislative session and discussion about bills. The agenda items for 2020 Budget Session will be set. Interim Committee topics will be considered and policy set. Interested member can contact Mark Larson at CWPMA offices. Any member may request items for the Board of Trustees to address and need only contact staff to have their topic included.
6/1/19 - 9/14/19
9/6/19 - 9/7/19
Beaver Run Resort
11-29-2018: Gov. Hickenlooper and Colorado Energy Office award $10.33 million grant to ChargePoint to build electric vehicle fast-charging stations across the state. This ALT Fuels Colorado grant directly addresses Action #1 in the Colorado Electric Vehicle Plan: Build out Colorado’s EV fast-charging infrastructure through public-private partnerships and in coordination with other programs. This grant if for development of EV fast-charging stations along Colorado’s Tier I and Tier II transportation corridors. The fast-charging stations will be located in communities at 33 sites across six corridors comprised of Interstate, State and U.S. Highways - see map above. This ALT Fuels Colorado grant also helps implement Colorado's Beneficiary Mitigation Plan and the State’s commitment to the multi-state Regional Electric Vehicle West Memorandum of Understanding. If you have questions about the EV fast-charging corridors grant, please contact Program Manager Zach Owens at email@example.com.