DOUGLAS, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Business Council says Cheyenne is one of two finalists for a proposed $112 million data center that would create 40 new jobs.

Molly Spangler with the Business Council says the company will choose between Cheyenne and other location in the region within the next two to six weeks.

The Associated Press reports  that Wyoming is looking at offering $10 million in grants to help lure the data center to Cheyenne.

Business Council officials aren't naming the company and say doing so could hurt the city's chances. They say it's a Fortune 100 company with an international presence.