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  1. NON FULL-BLEED COVER [EXAMPLE] Energy summit • Following the Money: Economic Impacts • July 10, 2014

  2. * Please ensure you have updated your footer information. • STEPS • From the ribbon select ‘View’ tab and click on ‘Slide Master’ • In slide master view – ensure you select the very first page • Update footer text and change logo (if required) • FOOTER TEXT • Update the footer text – the text will update throughout the presentation • Please ensure you remove either the ‘CBRE’ or the ‘Client Name’ text depending upon the logo placed in the document • UPDATING THE LOGO • You can only have the Client logo or the CBRE logo. Please delete/add, as appropriate • Ensure client logo is positioned in same location as CBRE logo and size is no larger than CBRE logo (ie approx. 1cm x 3cm) Niobrara at the center of the Americas energy revolution

  3. To move between headings and bullet levels, use the ‘Indent List Level’ buttons found on the ‘Home’ tab • NOT the bullet button Exploration market development cycle • Entry/exit stage and depth of impact unique to each market • 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. Niobrara development activity • Industrial came out first but broad based development planned Source: CBRE Econometric Advisors, Q4 2013. Counties included: Weld, CO; Logan, CO; Morgan, CO; Larimer, CO; Laramie, WY; and Natrona, WY.

  5. Niobrara’s Strengthening fundamentals • Industrial market improvements Source: CBRE Research, Q4 2013. Counties included: Weld, CO; Logan, CO; Morgan, CO; Larimer, CO; Laramie, WY; and Natrona, WY.

  6. 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.