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Every quarter, we'll be publishing a newsletter that covers energy regulation and policy analysis for the state of Wyoming. Download the latest edition below.

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UW Researchers Work to Identify Wyoming Residents' Preferences Among State Budget Choices

Researchers Dr. Rob Godby and Dr. Mark Peterson of the College of Business at the University of Wyoming have deployed state-of-the-art survey methods to shed light on how Wyoming citizens feel about budget options facing the state legislature. The study was sponsored by the Center for Energy Regulation & Policy Analysis (CERPA).

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Energy Economist Tim Considine Publishes Study with Wyoming Energy Authority

Dr. Tim Considine of the School of Energy Resources published a report with the Wyoming Energy Authority examining the potential economic impacts from leasing and drilling restrictions. Download the report below.

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Call for Papers: Proposal Announcement

CERPA and SER are seeking academic proposal submissions for the Virtual Symposium on the Law and Economics of Energy Regulation which will take place June 5, 2021. Download the full proposal announcement below.

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Every quarter, we'll be publishing a newsletter that covers energy regulation and policy analysis for the state of Wyoming. Download the inaugural edition below.

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