Our 2020 Energy Journal showcases the latest in technology and invention in Wyoming's top industry.
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The Institute is now looking for Wyoming oil and gas operators willing to participate in a new study on paraffin problems.
Five finalists from around the world are now in the final stretch of a competition that brings state-of-the-art carbon capture technologies to Wyoming this spring.
Scientists Dr. Kunlei Liu and Heather Nikolic at the University of Kentucky plan to bring their latest carbon capture research to Wyoming's Integrated Test Center. Here's what to expect.
Star-Tribune energy reporter Camille Erickson caught up with the new executive director of the Wyoming School of Energy Resources after her first week on the job.
The hurdles faced by the industry writ large will require the expertise from a whole suite of disciplines.
A new company called Encore Green Environmental works to use produced water from nearby oil and gas production to improve Wyoming's soil, air and vegetation to sequester more carbon.
A University of Wyoming scientist has led the charge to develop new ways to monitor reclaimed land.