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Lawmakers are selling the school’s academic freedom to the energy industry. They need to back off.
Lawmakers and faculty discussed the University of Wyoming College of Law, and expressed hope for a new era of cooperation after last fall’s chaos.
Coal-friendly Wyoming sees EPA regional haze plan as another Obama attack on its coal economy.
State records show that state and federal agencies pursue fines against oil and gas producers in only a small minority of spill cases.
UW’s research may help build regulatory frameworks for oil and gas worldwide, yet Wyoming recently discontinued funding the research despite ozone problems.
The U.S. is one of the world’s leading emitters of greenhouse gases and Wyoming’s energy policy should aim to reduce emissions.
WyoFile requested information related to the suspension of a suspended $9.9M DOE grant to Two Elk developer North American Power Group.
Wyoming’s budget depends on mineral revenue and federal funds, both of which are subject to fluctuations. What factors could prompt a worst-case scenario?
The Rural West Initiative presents a video feature on the build-up of “fugitive” ozone gas emissions that are a invisible side effect of gas extraction.
Wyoming’s Oil and Gas Conservation Commissioners Ryan Lance and Tom Drean explain why their commission approved a disputed water proposal.
A “symbiotic relationship” between natural gas and renewables has yet to make as much headway as hoped.
After 17 years, Two Elk officials say they will begin construction in January 2014, if markets ‘solidify.’
Jason Lillegraven’s study of Carbon Basin geology has him convinced that DKRW’s project has too many faults.
Rep. Cynthia Lummis’ comparison of private vs. federal drilling left out some important facts.
The dream of energy independence has given way to the reality of energy interdependence, but energy companies are using the dream to chase profits.
COLD SNAP RUNNER-UP: The sun rises on a power line field in northeast Laramie. (Elizabeth Traver — click to enlarge)
Wading through wind chill and snow, this year’s winner caught a glimpse of Wyoming’s biggest industry weathering the storm.
While many welcome the economic boon of energy development, some nearby residents are concerned about health and safety.
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.
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