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Several media outlets are reporting that Anadarko is canceling its deal with Chevron and is entering into a merger agreement with Occidential Petroleum.
According to AP News, Governor Mark Gordon says Wyoming can be part of solving the problem of climate change while producing more coal than any other. In addition, federal officials said U.S. demand for coal to generate electricity will keep sliding in coming months.
Renewables Now reports that power generation capacity from large solar parks and wind farms grew in the first quarter of 2019.
An Oregon company, NuScale Power, is designing small modular nuclear reactors that could work well with renewable energy according to NPR.
Rob Wallace, a member of our Energy Resources Council, has been nominated to assume the U.S. Department of Interior post of assistant secretary for fish, wildlife and parks according to the Gillette News Record.
Wyoming mineral owners in Laramie County formed the Wyoming Mineral and Surface Owners Association. Their goal is to educate mineral owners to be active on issues relating to their rights according to the Casper Star Tribune.
Baker Hughes reports the total rig counts for this week.