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The University of Wyoming receives over $3 million from the Department of Energy to further the production of rare-earth elements and other critical minerals. This funding is part of the nation’s continued efforts to transition to clean energy. Rare earth minerals are vital to manufacturing batteries, magnets, and other components in clean energy. The United…

The ranching industry gets beefier in the Bighorn Basin, as another regional facility gets the stamp of approval from the Wyoming Department of Agriculture. 307 Processing and Sausage is now the latest meat processing plant in the Bighorn Basin with the state’s full seal of approval. Effective April 1, 2021, the Byron-based plant received a…

2020 was dominated by immense impacts from the pandemic, but the statistics bring a comforting sense of déjà vu for Wyoming’s oil and gas industry. The Wyoming State Geological Survey released their “snapshot” of the extractive industry in their annual publication: Oil & Natural Gas Resources in Wyoming. The January 2021 summary report analyzes the…

As our essential energy industry enters a future of uncertainty, the Wyoming Legislature will determine how energetic the state’s future will become. Several energy bills will make it to the floor of the Wyoming Legislature during the 2021 session. Any one of them has the potential to determine the future of Wyoming’s energy production, whether…

Wyoming may be ready to join the ranks of seven other states that have propelled the United States to become the world leader in geothermal energy production.


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