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Report: Colo. oil, gas regulator to step down, become energy consultant

A Colorado oil and gas regulator is retiring to become legal counsel and strategic adviser for Adamantine Energy, an energy policy consultancy based in Denver.

The Oil and Gas Conservation Commission's Matt Lepore will depart as director March 4, The Associated Press reported Feb. 20. He will become the second commission director to work for a company with ties to the industry following retirement, after Dave Neslin left the commission in 2012 to work for a law firm with energy company clients, Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP Lepore will be replaced by Julie Murphy, the assistant director for energy and minerals at the Colorado Department of Natural Resources