15.6 million gallons of oil and other liquids were reported spilled at production sites last year, more than what leaked from the infamous 1989 spill.
Citizens say Wyoming needs to update its rules guiding natural gas flares to avoid exposure to toxins and loss of revenue.
Rep. Cynthia Lummis’ comparison of private vs. federal drilling left out some important facts.
Wading through wind chill and snow, this year’s winner caught a glimpse of Wyoming’s biggest industry weathering the storm.
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.
Little remains of the facilities at Teapot Dome except exhausted wells, abandoned buildings, and employees trying to make the best of the resources they’re given.
Wyoming’s top oil and gas supervisor said he believes Pavillion area residents are motivated by greed in the ongoing groundwater contamination investigation, angering town residents.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has a new layer of analysis it can use to protect resources before mineral leasing occurs on public lands. …