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
Wyoming’s top oil and gas supervisor said he believes Pavillion area residents are motivated by greed in the ongoing groundwater contamination investigation, angering town residents.
Are Western Communities Getting a Fair Return on Energy Development? Reprinted with permission from Stanford University’s Rural West Initiative. Not for republication by Wyoming media.…
With sky-high energy prices driving new oil and gas exploration in the American West, states
As a child living in Central Africa in the 1970s, Alexandra Fuller kept an Uzi under her bed at night and fell asleep to the sound of baboons. She grew up and moved to Wyoming, and after many unsuccessful tries, finally found her voice as an acclaimed author.
Several ongoing investigations conducted by EPA are generating friction between the agency and state officials across the country over the management of oil and gas drilling, and hydraulic fracturing in particular.