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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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Oil Train Safety Rule Delayed By 1 Year

The Obama administration has delayed a plan to boost safety standards for the type of rail car involved in a deadly explosion in Canada this month.

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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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No Fines For Wyoming Blowout

The owner of an eastern Wyoming oil well that blew out, causing 50 people to flee their homes, has not been fined in the year since the accident.

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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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Maarten1979, flickr.com
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4 Finalists Vying to be Wyo. Oil, Gas Supervisor

The commission plans to interview four finalists Tuesday

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No BLM Top Option for Wyo Gas Field Raises Concern

Gov. Matt Mead's office says it has impressed upon the BLM that it doesn't want the indecisiveness to become a trend.

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(Photo: Clinton Steeds, flickr.com)
(Photo: Clinton Steeds, flickr.com)
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Groups Want More Red Desert Drilling Protections

Some conservation groups want more environmental protections before a large drilling project in Wyoming's Red Desert is developed.

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David McNew, Getty Images
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Search Could End for Wyo. Oil and Gas Supervisor

Wyoming could be closer to getting a permanent oil and gas supervisor.

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State Considering Lease Changes [AUDIO]

An engineering company based in Buford has received a federal grant for development of a portable field test instrument to test metal structures for very small cracks. Sharon Fain has details. Amy Richards has a report on possible changes to state regulations for oil and gas leases. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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