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Gas Drilling
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Wyoming Oil and Gas Supervisor Resigns

The reason for Grant Black's resignation is unkown at this time.

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Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Approves Baseline Water Testing Rules [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has adopted new rules that require petroleum companies drilling for oil and gas to first test for pollution in nearby water wells. A national panel of judicial and law enforcement experts has released recommendations on how to make tribal communities safer

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Governor’s Baseline Water Testing Initiative Goes into Effect in 2014

Baseline water testing is part of Governor Mead’s Energy Strategy. Tusday's vote makes the rule for new oil and gas activities effective March 1, 2014.

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Wyoming Close to Water Testing Rules [AUDIO]

Jacquelyn Bridgeman has been appointed Interim dean of the University of Wyoming College of Law. 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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State Lawmakers Frustrated About Abandoned Oil and Gas Wells [AUDIO]

Congress averted an impending Helium shortage Thursday when the Senate unanimously approved a bill to extend the Federal Helium Program. 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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University of Wyoming
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UW Computer Cluster Doubles Capacity [Audio]

When UW Faculty members return to campus this fall, they will fins Mount Moran--a high performance computing cluster--has more than doubled it's capacity. The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has approved Chesapeake Energy Corp.'s request to continue burning off natural gas from five oil wells near Douglas. Amy Richards reports. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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