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A new study suggests Powder River Basin coal and other U.S. fossil fuels must remain in the ground to avoid accelerating global warming and human …
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 …
Energy activity was allowed to trump smart wildlife management as ungulates and hunters alike were run off Battle Mountain by helicopters and ground crews.
Thirty-one workers died on the job in Wyoming in 2012, slightly fewer than the average over a decade that made Wyoming one of the deadliest …
Wyoming passed a baseline groundwater testing rule for oil and natural gas activity, which may provide data needed to determine if drilling or fracking damages …
Helicopter flights used to minimize surface use impacts of 3D oil and gas seismic work riled locals and hunters alike because they took place during …
There’s no real strategic plan for the Bakken oil play, no EIS guiding a comprehensive landscape scale management plan.
Efforts to clean up abandoned coal-bed methane gas wells lacks financing and is mired in outdated rules and regulations guiding oil and gas development.
Two years ago, Gov. Mead blamed federal inaction on energy policies for delaying a $100M partnership with GE to advance technologies for Wyoming coal.
Federal officials announced Wednesday that a 21-cents per ton bid for a coal lease was rejected for not meeting fair market value.
A U.S. House committee says the Endangered Species Act is in need of an overhaul to avoid economic roadblocks from sage grouse listing.
With all the economic and regulatory factors evolving in the coal market, Wyoming can’t say what might be in store for Powder River Basin coal.
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