WIA Board of Director’s Meetings

The Wyoming Infrastructure Authority gives notice that our Board of Directors will hold a joint brainstorming discussion with the Wyoming Pipeline Authority Board of Directors on Friday, October 11, 2019. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. and will be held at Black Hill Energy’s Cheyenne office: 1301 W 24th St, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001. ___________________________________________________________________________ […]

Join Our Team!

WIA is hiring an Energy Programs & Rural Development Coordinator. See the full job description below. [PDF of Job Description] TitleEnergy Programs & Rural Development Coordinator About the Wyoming Infrastructure Authority The Wyoming Infrastructure Authority (WIA) is a state instrumentality formed by the Wyoming Legislature in 2004 to diversify and expand the Wyoming economy by […]

Wyoming & Japan Advance Partnership with Research Project Slated for ITC

Japan Coal Energy Center to Fund New Carbon Utilization Test in WY Cheyenne, Wyoming – The Wyoming Infrastructure Authority (WIA) announced the state was once again partnering with Japan to advance carbon utilization and carbon recycling technology.  The WIA entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Japan Coal Energy Center (JCOAL), GreenOre Clean Tech […]

Wyoming ITC Slated Projects Move Forward in DOE Funding Opportunity

 This week, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy (FE) announced six projects moving forward in a funding opportunity launched last year for large scale pilot projects aimed at enabling improvements in coal-powered systems. Two of these projects, Membrane Technology and Research and the University of Kentucky’s CAER have partnership agreements with the […]

Presentations: March 2019 Conference

Opening PlenaryGovernor Mark GordonVideo  Jackson’s Shared Solar ProjectPhil Cameron, Energy Conservation WorksPresentation l Video Wyoming Energy ProjectsChad Teply, PacifiCorp and Roxane Perruso, The Anschutz CorporationChad’s Presentation l Roxane’s Presentation l Video Energy Market & Regulatory Impacts on CoalMike Nasi, Jackson Walker LLP and Randy Eminger, Energy Policy NetworkMike’s Presentation l Randy’s Presentation l Video  Deregulation: […]

Wyoming & Carbon180 Announce Funding for Carbontech Business Incubator

Strategic Partnership Aims to Support & Invest in Businesses Turning Carbon into a Commodity Cheyenne, Wyoming – Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon and representatives from Carbon180 announced the next phase in their strategic partnership to foster carbontech businesses that are creating, perfecting and scaling up technologies that turn carbon emissions into a valuable commodity.  “The carbontech market […]

WIA Spring Energy Conference

Registration open for WIA’s Spring Energy Conference Join WIA for our Spring Energy Conference – March 28 and 29 in Jackson, Wyoming! Session topics will focus on energy economics, funding, policy, and technology. Registration is free – reserve your spot today! Schedule Schedule at a Glance Thursday, March 288:30am – Noon l PresentationsNoon – 1pm […]

Wyoming Integrated Test Center Announces Second Partnership on Large-Scale CCS Pilot Project

University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research listed the ITC as their preferred testing site on their U.S. DOE Phase II funding application. Cheyenne, WY – The Wyoming Integrated Test Center (ITC) announced today that the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER) has signed a lease to use a portion the ITC’s […]

Board Blog: Coal Opportunities with the International Community

Title: Coal Opportunities with the International Community Wyoming is home to more than 1.4 trillion tons of coal.  Since the PRB opened in the mid 1970’s, 10 billion tons of coal have been shipped, making Wyoming the largest coal producing state in the country. At its height, Wyoming was producing over 400 million short tons […]

Oil and Gas Tax Study – Legal and Fiscal Frameworks: Best Practices

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