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House Passes Keystone XL Pipeline, Senate Vote Next Week

The U.S. House of Representatives voted to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline Friday by a vote of 252-161.

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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

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming regulators have rejected a landowner group's petition for stricter rules on oil and gas operations, saying they're already reviewing the regulations on their own.

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

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Wyoming Plant Back Online

OPAL, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming natural gas processing plant is back to supplying its customer demands less than two weeks after an explosion and fire shut it down.

Williams Partners said Tuesday that the plant near the town of Opal (oh-PAL') is processing about 1

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UPDATE: Opal, Wyoming Evacuation Order Lifted…Fire Still Burning

UPDATE 1p.m. Thursday - OPAL, Wyo. — Residents of a small town in southwestern Wyoming are being allowed to return home nearly 22 hours after an explosion at a natural gas processing plant forced their evacuation.

No injuries

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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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Executive Optimistic About Coal-to-Liquids Plant Loan

An official with a company developing a facility to turn coal into gasoline and other fuels near Medicine Bow says he's once again optimistic the project could get a federal loan.

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Industrial Accident Claims Life of Gillette Man

Converse County Sheriff's officials have released information on an industrial accident that claimed the life of a Gillette man.

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Governor Voices Optimism Over Coal Lab

Gov. Matt Mead is expressing optimism that the Wyoming Legislature will approve his request to build a $15 million coal research laboratory.

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Wyoming to Spend Another $400K on Water For Pavillion

The state will spend at least another $400,000 to provide water to Pavillion-area homeowners with polluted groundwater.

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