WIA to represent Wyoming in international agreement

WIA to represent Wyoming in international agreement

Wyoming Infrastructure Authority will be the lead organization for Wyoming in a four jurisdiction MOU to advance carbon capture, utilization, and storage

Cheyenne, Wyoming – Today, Governor Matt Mead, along with the Governors of Montana and North Dakota, and the Premier of Saskatchewan signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS). The Wyoming Infrastructure Authority was named as the lead organization to represent Wyoming in this agreement.

“WIA is honored to represent Wyoming, and our state’s efforts to advance carbon capture, utilization and storage, as part of this MOU,” said Jason Begger, Wyoming Infrastructure Authority’s Executive Director.

“Wyoming has played a vital role in the CCUS industry with the creation of the Integrated Test Center, and the innovative research occurring at the University of Wyoming, the Carbon Management Institute, and the Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute. We look forward to continuing to work to enhance Wyoming’s efforts, as well as the efforts our partners, and to advance the development and adoption of carbon capture technologies.”

Read Governor Mead’s announcement here.