Wyoming’s coal-bed methane boom in the early 2000s stirred controversies over land rights, mineral rights, environmental stewardship, the disposal of water and—at every turn—politics.
Initial well-integrity report finds gas wells were properly drilled and maintained, more study needed to determine source of water contamination.
On, Oct. 2,2012, Dan Neal of the Equality State Policy Center posted this opinion piece and notice of a public hearing scheduled for Oct. 5, 2012, regarding proposed alterations to OSHA safety rules for workers in the oil and gas
John Wold is one of Wyoming's most notorious wildcatters. At the age of 95, he still enjoys the thrill and challenge of making new oil and gas discoveries.
by Abrahm Lustgarten, ProPublica – December 30, 2009 12:38 pm EST
Larry Parrish knew something was wrong as soon as he wheeled his state-owned pickup off the West Virginia highway and onto the rocky field where the natural gas well