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Deadly fires and explosions occur too often in the oil and gas industry, according to some workplace safety proponents — a particular concern as drilling …
$1M in taxpayer funds used to match $1M gift from WPX Energy to build drilling rig simulator for UW students.
Lawmakers are selling the school’s academic freedom to the energy industry. They need to back off.
Western states are ill-equipped to take ownership of federal lands because of the spiraling cost of fighting wildfires on national forests
Coal-rich partners eye byproducts from coal as a commercial driver to eventual zero-CO2 emissions coal power plants.
Initial well-integrity report finds gas wells were properly drilled and maintained, more study needed to determine source of water contamination.
Sage grouse proponents blast O&G industry for misinformation campaign.
Is China’s path to more CO2 emissions an excuse for inaction or a reason to cut U.S. emissions?
During the 1970s coal boom, Wyoming saw several proposals to build coal slurry pipelines to ship the mineral out of state. None succeeded.
EPA’s goal is to write a rule that reduces Earth-warming CO2 emissions without threatening energy reliability. The Obama administration wants its rule to avoid significant …
Federal land managers are considering several alternative routes for the 412-mile Gateway West transmission line, originating in Wyoming.
Rep. Barlow says a $40M annual loss in coal severance tax collection is worth it to help maintain the $1.2B that coal contributes in overall …
The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality did not allow for enough public input before giving an underground coal gasification project preliminary approval to pollute an …
Gov Mead to ALEC crowd: States do it better than the federal government
Environmental impact statement to study wind farm effects on golden eagles, potentially leading to permit allowing harm or kill of eagles.
Coal industry workers from Wyoming and other states shared their views at an Environmental Protection Agency meeting in Denver.
Wyoming’s $41M investment in advanced coal research continues under new CO2 standards, but the direction may shift to “bolt-on” technologies.
Documents show that Heather Zichal operated behind the scenes as EPA prepared to release its findings that fracking had contaminated groundwater in Pavillion.
UW’s research may help build regulatory frameworks for oil and gas worldwide, yet Wyoming recently discontinued funding the research despite ozone problems.
U.S. EPA has abandoned its investigation of groundwater contamination near oil and gas operations in Wyoming. The agency will not seek peer review and will …
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