A drilling simulator teaching laboratory will be opening next fall at the University of Wyoming. Chemical and Petroleum engineering professor David Bagley says the lab will provide students and industry personnel with a full simulated experience of drilling oil reservoirs. For the sixth year running, the Wyoming Film Office is seeking submissions for drilling simulation software to run on computer stations. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Tonight is the kickoff of the Cheyenne International Film Festival, with a community reception at the Depot from 5-7 pm. Events continue through Sunday night; a full schedule is after the jump.
Our own Jon Green will be photographing the event and posting updates throughout the three-day event. Tickets are required for most events and are available online or at Phoenix Books & Music, 1612 Capitol.
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