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Shutdown Postpones Federal Extraction Permits

The partial shutdown of the federal government has been holding up permits for new oil and gas drilling and mining operations on federal land.

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Wyoming Lawmakers Frustrated by Lack of Orphan Well Action

Some Wyoming lawmakers are expressing frustration with how the state Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is addressing thousands of abandoned oil and gas wells.

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David Paul Morris/Getty Images
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Wyo Gas Prices Expected to Dip

Gas prices in the cowboy state this week changed little, average prices in the state today hitting at 3.56 per gallon.

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Rituraj Borgohain, a UW research scientist, works in the Enhanced Oil Recovery Research Laboratory, located in the Energy Innovation Center. (UW Photo)
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UW: More Than a Billion Barrels of Stranded Oil Can Be Recovered in Wyo.

The Director of the University of Wyoming Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute says the University’s Energy Innovation Center can help the state’s small oil operators retrieve 5 to 15 percent of the state’s stranded oil reserves.

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Adam Porter, Townsquare Media
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First Energy MBA Courses at UW This Fall

Students entering this fall's inaugural semester of energy MBA courses at the University of Wyoming College of Business will have two tracks to choose from in the program.

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Michael Smith, Getty Images
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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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Mead Unveils Wyoming Energy Policy 2 Years in Making

Gov. Matt Mead has unveiled a state energy policy that advocates maintaining Wyoming's position as a top energy-producing state while preserving its environment.

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Judge Sides With Wyoming in Fracking Chemical Lawsuit

A judge in Casper has sided with the state of Wyoming and ruled against environmentalists who sought to make public the lists of ingredients that go into hydraulic fracturing fluids.

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Jackson Looks at Installing Electric Car Chargers

People who drive hybrids and electric cars may soon be able to recharge their vehicles for free in Jackson.

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Carbon Co. Wind Farm Project Filing Pushed Back

A company has pushed back by a year its plans to apply for a state permit to build a large wind farm in Carbon County.

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