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Coal Gasification Project Headed to Wyoming Council

An Australian company's plans to experiment with turning coal into gas without removing the coal from the ground are headed before a state review panel.

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Dozer Operator Killed at Bridger Coal Mine

An accident involving a bulldozer has killed a worker at the Bridger Coal Mine near Rock Springs.

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High Voltage Transmission Lines (David Silverman\Getty)
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Black Hills Wants to Decommission 2 Power Plants

Black Hills Power Inc. is seeking authority to decommission two older, coal-fired power plants in Wyoming.

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Catalysts Key To Coal Future [Audio]

Finding catalysts , or new materials that can be used for processing Wyoming coal, may be the key to making sure the state's coal industry remains viable in coming years. Amy Richards reports. The Wyoming Office of Tourism has won a ''Mercury Award" for best digital campaign

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BLM to Hold Lease Sale for 167M Tons of Coal

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is planning to hold a lease sale for an estimated 167 million tons of coal in Wyoming's Powder River Basin.

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Campbell Co. Coal Production Slower Than 2012

Figures show that the total mid-year production for Campbell County coal mines adds up to about 180 million tons, which is about 6 million tons less than last year.

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Rich Denison, Townsquare Media
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Officials Set 2-Year Study for WA Coal Trains

A consortium of federal, state and local agencies have decided to prepare a 2-year study on the local and statewide impact of exporting coal through a Whatcom County terminal.

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Proposed Bill Blocks National Energy Tax

U.S. Sens. John Barrasso and Mike Enzi and others have introduced a bill to block President Barack Obama from going around Congress to implement a national energy tax.

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Gov. Mead Testifies at regional haze hearing (Amy Richards\TSM)
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Gov. Mead Expresses Opposition To EPA Haze Plan

Gov. Matt Mead harshly criticized a plan by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reduce regional haze.

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Utilities Opposed To EPA Haze Plan For Wyoming

Several electric utilities are announcing a publicity campaign against a plan by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reduce regional haze.

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