At this Business for Breakfast event, Stuart will discuss HB 1001 and 1365, two measures passed late in 2010, that will change electricity generation in Colorado. Stuart with explain their impact on energy costs in Colorado and Business competitiveness.
Stuart A. Sanderson is President and Chief Operating Officer of the Colorado Mining Association (CMA),
having served in that office since October 1994. The Colorado Mining Association, established in 1876 and
incorporated in 1897, is a trade association whose more than 900 members include producers of coal, metals,
uranium, agricultural and industrial minerals; together with firms providing equipment, services and supplies
to the industry.
As President of CMA, Sanderson serves as chief spokesman for the Colorado mining industry, working with federal,
state, and local governments as well as the news media. He is a 1976 graduate of the American University’s
Washington College of Law and has practiced law for more than 30 years, holding a series of positions in government
and the private sector. He holds a B. A. degree in Political Science from the University of Rochester.
CMA has worked successfully to reform and streamline regulations impacting the mining industry, while promoting
environmentally responsible and safe mineral resource development throughout Colorado and the west.
Sanderson is a member of the Colorado Minerals Energy Geology Policy Advisory Board, a trustee of the Rocky
Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, the Colorado Mining Association Education Foundation Board of Directors,
and several other organizations. He is also a fifteen year member of the Society for Mining Metallurgy
& Exploration (SME).
When: Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Time: 7:15 am to 8:30 am
Location: Loews Denver Hotel, 4150 E Mississippi Ave