Colorado is our community – we live here, we work here and we strive to better the lives of those who join us in calling this incredible state home.

At Noble Energy, we have a long history of community investment, charitable contributions and partnerships with many local organizations throughout the state. We help public schools in Denver and Greeley purchase new school buses that run on clean-burning natural gas and save on fuel costs. We partner with first responders to develop safety training programs. We work together with a wide cross-section of community groups, including Colorado Youth Outdoors, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Women’s Foundation of Colorado.

Committed to Colorado

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.

Over the past year, Noble Energy has invested more than $3 million in Colorado communities. This is a small piece of our commitment  to Colorado – a place we all call home. Our 700 employees give back to the communities where we live and work through tireless volunteerism and monetary donations of their own, which the company matches two-to-one. Last year, our employees in Denver and Weld County contributed more than $150,000 to Colorado nonprofits and Noble Energy matched that amount, donating another $256,841.

Support for Colorado's future

We support STEM education, local businesses and the next generation of women in energy. Learn more about our community investments and charitable contributions.

Giving back

Cleaner air for our kids

Our CNG Bus Program helps reduce carbon monoxide and other emissions while saving Denver Public schools millions of dollars by replacing diesel-burning school buses with new, efficient buses powered with clean-burning natural gas.

Supporting our schools

Noble Neighbor

At Noble Energy, we listen to our communities to help us improve as we go.

Listening to the community

Community education and training

Local first responders receive hands-on training through our Noble Operations and Safety Training Center – the only facility of its kind in Colorado.

Putting safety first

Community partnerships

Our community sponsorships expand to hundreds of organizations that share our aim of bettering the lives of our community members and supporting local businesses.

Working together

From drill sites to dog parks

Working hand-in-hand with local communities and landowners, our Plug and Removal Program removes older wells and equipment, then restores the land so it can be transformed into playgrounds, dog parks or farmland.

Restoring the land