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University Receives Five Million Dollar Donation

The University of Wyoming has received nearly five million dollars from Hess Corporation to support research at the university.

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Oil Company Acquires Rep. Lummis Family Ranch

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A major oil development company has acquired a 5,000-acre ranch southeast of Cheyenne that until recently belonged to U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis and her family.

Laramie County records show the Lummis family transferred the Lummis Ranch South Camp property to a limited liability company March 20

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Oil, Gas Regulators Reject Petition on Well Rules

The Oil and Gas Conservation Commission voted Tuesday to turn down the Powder River Basin Resource Council petition.

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Tank Fire and Explosion Reported Near Gillette

The blast shook buildings and a plume of black smoke rose as onlookers gathered nearby.

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Keystone Pipeline Faces New Obstacle in Nebraska

Just as pressure was building on President Barack Obama to make a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline, the project ran into another obstacle.

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Wyoming To Revisit Distance Between Homes, Oil Wells

State officials say they might consider increasing the current 350-foot minimum distance that oil and gas wells must be located away from homes in Wyoming.

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Photo Courtesy Wyoming Highway Patrol
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Crash Spills 2,500 Gallons of Hot Oil Near Lovell

The driver was treated at a hospital and released but was cited for driving too fast for the weather conditions at the time.

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Gas Prices Rise As 2014 Gets Underway

The weekly survey of prices by gasbuddy-dot-com show the cost of gas rose just under three cents a gallon in Wyoming last week, with a statewide average of $3.07 a gallon. Petroleum analyst Patrick DeHaan says despite the rise, Casper and some other cities are seeing some of the lowest gas prices in the nation.

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Encana Building Water Plant in Central Wyoming

Encana is constructing a facility in central Wyoming that will treat up to 1 million gallons of water a day that comes with oil and gas production.

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Wyoming Nears Baseline Tests Before Oil-Gas Drilling

The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is poised to require companies drilling for oil and gas to first test nearby water wells for pollution.

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