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Dept. 3012

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-6897

Fax: 307-766-6701

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Wyoming Energy News April 19

April 19, 2019

The Center of Economic Geology Research began drilling their carbon storage test well this week to determine the suitability of commercial carbon dioxide storage.

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New UW Study Offers Insights on Wind Development Costs, Taxes

A new analysis of state taxation policies regarding wind...

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Drilling Begins on Carbon Storage Test Well Near Gillette

Drilling has begun on a test well near Basin Electric Power Cooperative’s Dry Fork Station near Gillette to determine the suitability of the underground...

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Wyoming Energy News April 12

Chevron announces plans to purchase Anadarko Petroleum for $33 billion. West Texas Intermediate oil price opened at $63.71 up from last week's price.

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Wyoming Energy News April 5

In this week's Wyoming Energy News, WTI opened at $62.60 and changes are coming to the Colorado oil and gas industry. A New York Times reporter shares his...

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Wyoming Energy News March 29

Catch up on this weeks energy news!

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Wyoming Energy News March 22

In this week's energy news, a Bureau of Land Management oil and gas lease sale in Wyoming netted $11.8 million. Rig counts in Wyoming remain steady at 36.

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UW Energy Resources Council to Meet April 5

The University of Wyoming Energy Resources Council (ERC) will meet at 7:30 a.m. Friday, April 5, in the BP Collaboration Center on the UW campus.

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Wyoming Energy News March 15

In this week's energy news, a UW study offers insights on wind development costs and taxes. The executive director of the Wyoming Pipeline Authority is...

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Wyoming Energy News March 8

A lot has happened this week in energy! Catch up on the news!

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Wyoming Energy News March 1

Catch up on this weeks energy news!

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UW Energy Summer Institute Now Accepting Applications

The University of Wyoming’s School of Energy Resources is now accepting applications for the Energy Summer Institute (ESI) July 14-19. Applications are due...

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Engagement Surveys Help UW Improve Student Experience

University of Wyoming students have more interaction with faculty members, spend more time preparing for class and receive more encouragement to participate...

Wyoming's Energy History

The Powder River Basin

Learn about the history of coal production in the Powder River Basin.

Wyoming's Energy History

The History of Wind in Wyoming

Wind has played an essential role in the Wyoming economy, through agriculture, ranching, and energy production.

Wyoming's Energy History

Uranium in Wyoming

Wyoming has the largest deposits of uranium in the United States. Learn more about how this energy resource boomed during the Cold War and how it impacted...

Wyoming's Energy History

The Jonah Field

Learn more about the Jonah Field and its impact of natural gas development in Wyoming!

Wyoming's Energy History

The Pinedale Anticline Development

Learn about Wyoming's Pinedale Anticline Development and how it changed the energy industry in the state!

Wyoming's Energy History

Mineral Leasing Act of 1920

Learn more about how the 1920 Mineral Leasing Act promoted growth in Wyoming.

Wyoming's Energy History

Kortes Dam

Learn more about the Kortes Dam and how it impacted Wyoming's economy!

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School of Energy Resources

1000 E. University Avenue

Dept. 3012

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-6897

Fax: 307-766-6701

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