Noble Energy Appreciates Colorado Voters’ Support of Responsible Energy Development

We appreciate the people of Colorado voting in support of responsible energy development and rejecting the energy ban of Proposition 112. We are particularly grateful to our employees, the business community, and the individuals and elected representatives from both parties who publicly recognized the need to defeat Proposition 112 and avoid the devastating impact it would have had on the economy, employment, schools and communities.  Noble Energy and Noble Midstream are part of the Colorado community, and we will continue to work to create solutions that fuel the Colorado economy and jobs for many years to come while promoting safe and responsible energy development.

Winner of Philanthropy Award


Noble Energy and its more than 700 Colorado employees were awarded the Outstanding Large Business from the Association of Fundraising Professionals for National Philanthropy Day.

Enriching our communities

Women in energy


The women of Noble Energy play a vital role in delivering the energy we need — as engineers helping drive change, community leaders bettering the lives of Coloradans, and working mothers inspiring today’s young girls to be the innovators of tomorrow.

Reaching higher

Fueling the future


Our industry requires the best and brightest minds. So we’ve developed a program to help students of Denver Public Schools (DPS) and Aims College prepare to become the next generation of scientists, technologists and engineers at Noble Energy.

Supporting STEM education

Where innovation meets stewardship


Advances in horizontal drilling technology and our newest facilities allow us to safely and efficiently produce more energy with less environmental impact than ever before. We’ve reduced our footprint by 99%, avoided more than half a million truck trips, and utilize sound walls to reduce noise.

Protecting the environment

Partnering for safety


We have a strong commitment to safety and clean air. In fact, regulations and technology that we advocated led to large emissions reductions across the Colorado oil and natural gas industry, even as production increased. The key: advanced infrared camera technology and collaboration with regulators, environmental experts and industry peers.

Improving air quality