All Posts Tagged With: "Governor Mead"
The new policy calls for the Cowboy State to maintain its position as the top energy-exporting state while preserving its wild, scenic and pristine landscapes. Mead’s report outlines four priorities: Economic competitiveness, efficient regulation, natural resource conservation and developing new technologies.15May2013 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
The governor’s office is looking into possibly requiring oil and gas companies drilling in the state to test the local groundwater for any pollution before they sink a drill bit into the ground. Colorado recently established new groundwater testing regulations that could provide a template.5Feb2013 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead told the annual convention of the Petroleum Association of Wyoming that both the state and nation are challenged because there is no federal energy policy. But he also said “Our hands aren’t entirely clean,” he said. “We’re working on the state’s energy policy. We don’t
want to be in a reactive mode …”
To make Wyoming even more competitive in recruiting data centers, the Legislature and I worked together to establish an account to offer incentives for companies willing to build large technology facilities (data centers or others) in Wyoming.15Jul2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
Continued lower natural gas prices could force state lawmakers to impose spending cuts on state agencies in the legislative session that starts next month, Gov. Matt Mead said Friday. Because of the lower revenue projects, lawmakers will undoubtedly push agencies to trim their existing budgets.14Jan2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued