All Posts Tagged With: "domestic energy development"
Robin Cooley, the Earthjustice attorney for the conservation groups that intervened in the Utah and Wyoming case, said Wednesday’s decision is actually a win-win for both the industry and the environmental community.5Jul2011 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
Are Wyoming’s industry and political leaders talking about the facts when they say that the Obama Administration and Washington bureaucrats are hurting domestic energy development? You have to wonder after today’s release of Headwaters Economics’ statistical analysis, “Drilling Rig Activity Nears All-Time High.”21Jun2011 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
Overall, 45 percent of all onshore leases and 57 percent of all leased acres are idle. “The simple truth is approval rates for drilling permits are up, and industry lays idle hands on over 21 million acres of public lands,” said Matt Garrington of the Checks & Balances Project in Denver.1Apr2011 | admin | 0 comments | Continued