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Citizens say Wyoming needs to update its rules guiding natural gas flares to avoid exposure to toxins and loss of revenue.
Low gas prices and bankruptcies leave landowners and the state stuck with collecting fees and cleaning up abandoned gas wells in the Powder River Basin.
The GOP criticized an Obama administration request for additional funds in an ongoing fracking study into the practice’s health and safety consequences.
Gov Mead wants White House to scrap climate consideration for coal exports
By Dustin Bleizeffer
— April 26, 2013
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead came out swinging at Pacific …
After 17 years, Two Elk officials say they will begin construction in January 2014, if markets ‘solidify.’
Drillers want 24,000 new gas wells while Wyoming still struggles to prove it has solved its wintertime ozone problem.
Energy companies & government officials aim to connect the state’s robust wind energy industry to high demand markets throughout the Southwest.
Encana Co. is calling on the EPA to withdraw a draft report that linked hydraulic fracturing in Wyoming to groundwater contamination in the Wyoming town.
An historic effort to preserve land in Wyoming Range is racing to raise more than $3 million by the end of the year.
Obama’s reelection has Wyoming’s government and energy industry leaders questioning what his administration is planning for energy production in his second term.
Analysts attending a energy conference at the University of Wyoming largely agree that the coal industry is facing a future of decline.
Wyoming GOP energy plan: full-throttle domestic production
An oil pipeline in Jefferson County, Texas. Republicans in Wyoming and the federal government have recently rolled out a …
Amid regional debates over coal, the state of Wyoming is investing millions of dollars each year to make the industry more economically secure and environmentally …
A first-hand report on the “advanced coal” forum that brought a delegation of Wyoming’s university and elected officials to China’s Shaanxi Province.
Mining companies hope to turn Powder River Basin coal into an international resource, eyeing lucrative markets in growing Asian economies.
In light of the Powder River Basin coal industry’s recent focus to ship more coal to China and other burgeoning Asian economies, industry officials are …
Although the U.S. is drilling and producing more oil and natural gas than it has in decades, there are still drilling projects delayed in federal …
Seismic crews working in the Niobrara shale oil play caused serious rutting and other surface damage earlier this year on 10 different ranch properties in …
Over the past several years coal-bed methane gas operators in the Powder River Basin have idled thousands of wells due to low pricing, and a …
Hall Sawyer’s new research report has complicated plans to drill 136 natural gas wells in the Jonah and Pinedale Anticline fields.
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