CHEYENNE — Lawmakers will consider a proposal that would tax oil producers on the natural gas they burn off from their wells.
CASPER, Wyo. -- A coalition of Wyoming residents and landowner groups has formally asked the state's oil and gas regulatory agency to tighten its rules for flaring natural gas.
Wyoming's environmental regulator has hit a handful of oil and gas operators with citations for air pollution, including one company previously singled out by some for its gas flaring practices.
The unprecedented oil-and-gas boom in the Bakken and Three Forks shale underlying western North Dakota and Eastern Montana is creating tremendous wealth for some and an unprecedented number of jobs.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The state’s top elected officials will discuss a new policy to govern industry flaring, or venting, of natural gas when they meet Thursday as the State Board of Land Commissioners.
CASPER, Wyo. — Regulators and representatives of the oil and gas industry sought common ground Monday on how the state should get its fair share of natural gas burned off from new wells.
CHEYENNE — Wyoming is looking to get its fair share of royalty payments on natural gas that is burned off from oil wells while petroleum companies figure out how to exploit an oil-bearing formation deep beneath the eastern part of the state.