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The Medicine Bow coal-to-liquids plant, first proposed nearly 10 years ago, has never gained enough financial backing to begin construction.
In a hearing that lasted nearly 4 hours on Tuesday, the OGCC staff laid out why Patriot and High Plains are not deserving of another …
Wyoming oil and gas regulators are under pressure to finally take action against broke, out-of-compliance coal-bed methane operators.
A Climate Science Students Bill of Rights has been created, in response to the Wyoming Legislature’s stealth move to censor K-12 science standards.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Pete Gosar says there’s more to Wyoming’s energy challenges than simply suing EPA.
Wyoming lawmakers seek new government-to-government relations in China in pursuit of advanced coal technology.
While Wyoming coal proponents frown on carbon capture as a mandate, they seek international alliances in advancing the technology.
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead says he understands the market realities of climate and coal, but remains “skeptical” of climate warnings.
Watson served as interim supervisor since the April 1 departure of Grant Black who had served just barely a year on the job. Watson was …
For Wyoming’s economy — and for the world’s climate-prone populations and environment — the market-only and no regulation approach may be too little too late.
A new study says Powder River Basin coal and other U.S. fossil fuels must stay in the ground to avoid accelerating global warming.
A coalition of scientists, educators and parents urged the Wyoming State Board of Education to insist on strong science education standards that include the latest …
Grant Black came to the WOGCC in April 2013 after an extended 8-month search process, which initially attracted only a handful of qualified candidates.
Gov. Mead’s and state lawmakers’ political take on climate science would earn an “F” in any 7th-grade science course in Wyoming — at the moment.
“The capacity to increase coal production and the capacity to increase natural gas production is there, given the right market circumstances,” said Wyoming State Geological …
Looking back at this flare up, I’m struck by how much flash and heat is concentrated on conjecture when there’s so much more of substance …
State official admits that although his office is cranking out high volumes of oil well permits, it has a difficult time keeping pace with field …
Wyoming’s heavy railroad traffic includes oil tankers and other potentially harmful payloads that pose a human health risk.
Oil and gas operators have idled thousands of coal-bed methane gas wells in Wyoming in recent years, creating a multi-million environmental liability.
So long as Congress continues to fail to address climate change through comprehensive legislation, those who care about avoiding a climate crisis are left …
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