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Ad Valorem Taxes in Wyoming: Proposed Improvements

Our original report in January 2018 (Delinquent Mineral Taxes and...
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Powder River Breaks July – August 2018

July - August 2018, Volume 46, Number 4 In July,...
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Reclaim Wyoming: Prioritize Coal Mine Reclamation

Wyoming’s coal mining legacy dates back to the arrival of...
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Powder River Breaks May – June 2018

May - June 2018, Volume 46, Number 3 So far,...
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GAO Report on Coal Mine Self-Bonding March 2018

Coal accounts for 17 percent of domestic energy production. SMCRA...
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Petition to Amend Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality Rules on Self-Bonding

The Resource Council, along with its over 1,000 members throughout...
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Powder River Breaks March – April 2018

March - April 2018, Volume 46, Number 2 On March...
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WORC Report Finds Coal Self-Bonding Unnecessary and Risky

April 5, 2018 The practice of self-bonding at coal mines...
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Now Is the Time to End Self-Bonding

In the eight months between August 2015 and April 2016,...
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RENEWyoming: Solar Stories from the Cowboy State

RENEWyoming was born in response to a growing trend of...
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Powder River Breaks January – February 2018

January - February 2018 Volume 46, Number 1 Powder River...
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Renewable Energy Facts & Falsehoods

This factsheet untangles the facts and fiction surrounding renewable energy...
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7 Point Plan to Protect Groundwater

This report recommends that Wyoming implement seven specific actions to...
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Delinquent Mineral Taxes and Budget Deficits: A Case for Reform

Mineral tax revenue is extremely important to Wyoming counties and...
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Powder River Breaks September October 2017

September – October 2017 Volume 45, Number 5 Powder River...
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Powder River Breaks November December 2017

November – December 2017 Volume 45, Number 6 45th Annual...
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Landowner Guidelines for Negotiating a Mineral Lease or Surface Use Agreement

The purpose of these guidelines is to provide helpful tips...
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Information about Oil and Gas Leasing For Surface Owners Who Also Own Their Minerals

INTRODUCTION This article is written by an attorney who has...
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An Ohio Landowner’s Guide to Hydraulic Fracturing

  Getting Started This guide is a source of information...
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Issues to Consider When Negotiating an Oil and Gas Lease

The language below is an example of mineral lease language...
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Requirements to Consider Placing in an Oil and Gas Surface Use Agreement or Mineral Lease Agreement

Company/Crew/All Personnel, Subcontractors, Assignees, etc., Stipulations to be observed at...
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The State of the Split Estate

This December 2010 publication provides a landowners’ perspective on Wyoming’s...
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Our Tips for Landowners Negotiating Oil & Gas Leases and/or Surface Use & Damage Agreements

Lawyer up! Choose an attorney that specializes in mineral development...
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Cheyenne Know Your Rights 2017

The Powder River Basin Resource Council and our Laramie County...
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A Living Legacy – Wyoming’s Fortification Creek Area

The Powder River Basin Resource Council is a grassroots organization...
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Is Oil & Gas Drilling Coming to Your Neighborhood?

The Powder River Basin Resource Council and our Laramie County...
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A Landowner Guide to the Wyoming Split Estate Act

Background of the Law The Wyoming split estate act is...
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Our Future At Stake

On January 18th, 2003 the Bureau of Land Management released...
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