The Global Energy Management (GEM) Program at the University of Colorado Denver Business School will postpone its fourth annual energy forum, Energy-Moving Forward, to the Spring of 2014 to support of the Natural Gas Symposium hosted by Former Colorado Governor Bill Ritter and the Center for New Energy Economy at Colorado State University being held on October 15 and 16 in Fort Collins. As a program exclusively designed for the energy industry, GEM is committed to fostering dialogue between academia, industry, government and the public around the topic of energy. GEM recognizes the far-reaching effects that natural gas exploration, production and distribution has on Colorado’s environment, economy and communities. The program supports any event that advances the collaboration between these stakeholders around such a complex and dynamic topic as natural gas markets. Look for announcements early next year about Energy – Moving Forward 2014.