The documents below have been developed through the Oil and Gas Industry Partnership grant sponsored by the
These documents were developed for workforce development in the oil and gas industry and can be used across the State. They can be downloaded and copied for your use.
Energy development could have large implications for Southeast Wyoming, and the Southeast Wyoming Economic Development District is coordinating and assisting with informational seminars across the region. Below are the speakers and presentations from different events.
AAPG PUBLIC SESSION: ENERGY ON THE ROCKS (June 28, 2011 in Cheyenne)
2011 WYOMING RC&D ASSOCIATION ENERGY CONFERENCE (April 28, 2011 in Wheatland)
OIL SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS FROM PART II ( Nov. 3 in Cheyenne and Nov. 4, 2010 in Wheatland and Torrington)
OIL SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS FROM PART I (Aug. 31 in Cheyenne and Sept. 1, 2010 in Torrington and Wheatland)
Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission – The Commission is the agency responsible for permitting and monitoring oil and gas activity in Wyoming. Lots of data, including Wyoming well coordinates, production data, permit approvals, production data, permit approvals, formation tops, etc.
Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality – The DEQ oversees the management of Wyoming's natural environment, including water quality.
Wyoming State Engineer’s Office – Charged with the regulation and administration of the water resources in Wyoming. They issue permits for water use for oil drilling.
Laramie County Planning and Development Office, Oil and Gas Page – Has information on permitting requirements, public meetings, and a map showing the locations of approved permits in Laramie County.
Petroleum Association of Wyoming – Monitors and responds to issues of public lands, exploration, production, transportation, coal bed methane, environment, taxation, legislation and legal matters for the oil and gas industry.
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