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PREPARED FOR ENERGY SUMMIT Following the Money: Economic Impacts July 10, 2014 NON FULL-BLEED COVER [EXAMPLE]
2 CBRE | BIZWEST ENERGY SUMMIT NIOBRARA AT THE CENTER OF THE AMERICAS ENERGY REVOLUTION *Please ensure you have updated your footer information. STEPS 1.From the ribbon select ‘View’ tab and click on ‘Slide Master’ 2.In slide master view – ensure you select the very first page 3.Update footer text and change logo (if required) FOOTER TEXT 1.Update the footer text – the text will update throughout the presentation 2.Please ensure you remove either the ‘CBRE’ or the ‘Client Name’ text depending upon the logo placed in the document UPDATING THE LOGO 1.You can only have the Client logo or the CBRE logo. Please delete/add, as appropriate 2.Ensure client logo is positioned in same location as CBRE logo and size is no larger than CBRE logo (ie approx. 1cm x 3cm)
3 CBRE | BIZWEST ENERGY SUMMIT EXPLORATION MARKET DEVELOPMENT CYCLE Entry/exit stage and depth of impact unique to each market To move between headings and bullet levels, use the ‘Indent List Level’ buttons found on the ‘Home’ tab NOT the bullet button Key Influencing factors: Life cycle stage Production activity/recoverable reserves Proximity to extraction Existing CRE inventory Infrastructure Land use patterns Regulatory policies Proximity to major markets
4 CBRE | BIZWEST ENERGY SUMMIT NIOBRARA DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITY Industrial came out first but broad based development planned Source: CBRE Econometric Advisors, Q Counties included: Weld, CO; Logan, CO; Morgan, CO; Larimer, CO; Laramie, WY; and Natrona, WY.
6 CBRE | BIZWEST ENERGY SUMMIT HOTELS & MULTIFAMILY MARKET CONDITIONS Strong demand for “residential” solutions Hotel 54% in Colorado Niobrara; 46% in Wyoming Niobrara Greeley led region in 2013 with 80.1% occupancy vs. 62.2% in Fort Collins (Source: Colorado Hotel & Lodging Report) Greeley led region in RevPAR growth in 2013 with 22% increase vs. 9.9% in Fort Collins Multifamily Record Low Vacancy Rate – 2.4% (Q4 2013) (Source: Apartment Insights) Weld Cnty Vacancy – 1.8% Weld Cnty Rent Growth – 8.6% Student housing also a driver in the region Weld County Total Employment up 6.0% from 12/12 to 12/13 – Fastest County Growth in the U.S.