The House on Friday passed a Gov. Mark Gordon-backed bill that would subsidize carbon capture projects through Wyoming residents’ electrical bills, without the original $1 billion subsidy limit.
Lawyers, academics and coal bankruptcy veterans see red flags as new coal operators entered the state, they said Friday at a UW School of Law conference.
Drake: Legislators’ desire to spend $1 million on vague bill to respond to coal industry ‘emergencies’ is unnecessary.
Environmental Quality Council says DEQ, stakeholders must research impact of violations in Appalachia before board will permit Blackjewel LLC to mine
They’ve paid thousands in fees and waited months, but two advocacy groups don’t have the public records they requested. Who are they, what’s the holdup and what does it mean for Wyoming's new fees for records rules?