Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development (CRED) was created to help educate the general public about the energy, economic and environmental benefits of safe and responsible oil and natural gas development.
In Colorado, we’re deeply proud of our land. We’re proud of the communities we’ve built on it, proud of its beauty, and proud of its natural resources that power our state. Through its recreational attractions and rich natural energy resources, our land made Colorado prosperous. For centuries, Coloradans have created opportunity for others and built strong local economies. We’ve climbed snowy mountains, crossed picturesque rivers, and surveyed plains to discover all the natural resources our state has to offer. We don’t believe anyone should hold this great land back from its full potential. We believe accessing all of Colorado’s natural energy resources is the best way to honor our land, sustain our communities, and build a strong Colorado for generations to come.
Even though the oil and natural gas industry has utilized fracking safely for more than 70 years, most Coloradans admit to not knowing or understanding what it involves. We’re here to change that.
Our message is simple: get the facts on fracking first before you decide.
Who We Are
Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development (CRED) is a 501 (c) 6 non-profit organization governed by a board of directors and counseled by an Advisory Committee comprised of former elected officials, community, civic leaders, and non-energy industry representatives, such as farmers, ranchers, and educators, who have a strong commitment to the state of Colorado and its local communities. CRED was created to provide information to the public about the economic and environmental benefits of safe and responsible oil and natural gas development.
Our members are leaders in the Colorado oil and natural gas community.
- Occidental Petroleum Corporation
- Noble Energy
- Bayswater Exploration and Production
- DCP Midstream
- Liberty Oilfield Services
- PDC Energy