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Congressional Hearing on EPA Fracking Research in Pavillion

The Environmental Protection Agency’s study of groundwater contamination and links to hydraulic fracturing in Pavillion was the topic of a U-S House subcommittee hearing Wednesday. No one locally affected was invited to the hearing, which was expected to include criticism of the E-P-A’s scientific approach

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EPA Seeks Experts To Review Wyoming Pollution Study

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is seeking nominees for a peer review panel that will be asked to take a close look at an EPA draft report that theorizes a link between hydraulic fracturing and groundwater pollution in a Wyoming gas field

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Wyo Gets More Crowded, Diverse, Old [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Economic Analysis Division has compiled a summary for Wyoming from the 2010 Census.

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Wyoming Nets $2B On Federal Coal Sales Since ’92

The coal industry says the state of Wyoming has earned just over $2 billion on federal coal lease sales over the last 20 years.

Marion Loomis, executive director of the Wyoming Mining Association, says Arch Coal's successful $300 million bid in the Powder River Basin earlier this month pushed the state's share of lease revenue to $2

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Governor Mead Continues To Push For Wind Tax Reduction

Gov. Matt Mead said he won't stop pushing for change in how Wyoming taxes wind energy projects despite a chilly reception to his proposals from some state legislators.

Wyoming next month will begin imposing a $1 per megawatt hour tax on wind energy production

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School Of Energy Resources Adapts To Changing Markets

The University of Wyoming's School of Energy Resources may affiliate with a coal-to-liquids project proposed near Medicine Bow.

Involvement with the roughly $2 billion dollar coal-to-gasoline plant, proposed by DKRW and currently up for review, would be another expansion on the academic portfolio offered at the school.

"We're having conversations with t

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Luca Looking To Proceed On Wyoming Methane Farming

A Colorado company expects to get regulatory approval soon so it can begin to exploit bacteria to revive hundreds of tapped-out gas wells in northeast Wyoming.

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality is considering granting a permit to Luca Technologies Inc

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Wyoming Asks National Lab To Review Coal Plant

The Wyoming Business Council has asked the Idaho National Laboratory to review a private company's plan to build a coal-to-gasoline plant in Carbon County.

DKRW Advanced Fuels has asked Wyoming to purchase up to $300 million in industrial development bonds to help finance the $2 billion project

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Wyoming Uranium Mine Could Open In 2013

A Colorado company planning to open a uranium mine in southwestern Wyoming hopes to start construction in the summer and then begin mining in 2013.

Littleton-based Ur-Energy is behind the proposed Lost Creek project in the Great Divide Basin, about 40 miles northwest of Rawlins

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When Things Go Wrong With Wind Turbines [GALLERY]

The State of Wyoming has 1,100 MW of installed wind generation as of 2010 and its existing wind capacity ranks twelfth in the U.S. Yet the state ranks even higher, seventh, in potential wind capacity. The sta

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