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Wyoming Infrastructure Authority Partners with National Carbon Capture Center

Cheyenne, Wyoming –  Wyoming Infrastructure Authority (WIA) announced today a partnership agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Carbon Capture Center. Joining the center allows for the two entities to work cooperatively to bring innovative carbon capture technologies to commercial reality.   “The National Carbon Capture Center brings a vast network of energy […]

Presentations: April 2018 Energy Trends Conference

Wyoming Energy & the Future of Blockchain  Dr. Dick McGinity Dr. Jim Caldwell Dr. Pawan Jain Video Expanding Transmission in Wyoming Nicole Korfanta, Ruckelshaus Institute, Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Wyoming Michael McEhlaney, Western Area Power Administration Roxane Perruso, TransWest Express LLC l Presentation Dan Kline, Black Hills Energy l Presentation Video […]

Japanese Company to Test at Integrated Test Center

Kawasaki Heavy Industries to test carbon capture utilization, and sequestration in Wyoming.   Gillette, Wyoming – Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. (KHI) and Governor Matt Mead announced on Tuesday that KHI will test their solid sorbent capture technology the Wyoming Integrated Test Center (ITC). “We are thrilled to have KHI slated to test their technology at the Integrated Test […]

Board Blog: Leaders with Vision

Just like strengths and weaknesses are different sides of the same coin, so are opportunities and threats. We can view the world through a lens that sees weaknesses and threats, or we can see that same world through a different lens to see strengths and opportunity.   As leaders in Wyoming, our job is to […]

XPRIZE announces finalists in NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE

 Five teams have been selected to test at the Wyoming Integrated Test Center Cheyenne, Wyoming – Today, the NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE announced the ten teams that will be advancing to the final round of the competition. The Carbon XPRIZE has two tracks, a natural-gas track and a coal-fired track, with five teams competing in each. […]

Request for Proposals: Analysis and Comparison of Oil and Gas Taxation

The Wyoming Infrastructure Authority (WIA) will accept proposals from qualified consulting firms to undertake a study of the total tax burden, given the existing State of Wyoming structure, on oil and gas development compared to other oil and gas producing states. Comparisons should fully consider unique differences in all applicable taxes, tax rates and tax bases […]

WIA Board of Director’s Meeting

The Wyoming Infrastructure Authority gives notice that it will hold our monthly public Board of Director’s meeting on Friday, June 8, 2018, at 7:00 a.m. The public is invited to attend the meeting at the Wyoming Infrastructure Authority’s office: 325 W 18th St, Suite 1, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001.

Register Today for WIA’s April Conference

Join the Wyoming Infrastructure Authority this April for the Energy Trends conference! This one day conference will focus on what ties projects together. Topics will include major trends and activities occurring with transmission, regionalization, and the regulatory environment. This event will be held Thursday, April 5, 2018, at the University of Wyoming Conference Center in Laramie. […]

Congress extends and enhances carbon capture tax credit

Included in the budget passed by Congress, the 45Q tax credits get extended and broadened to include more carbon capture activities Cheyenne, Wyoming –Included in the two-year budget that was passed by Congress was a tax credit that will have a significant impact on Wyoming’s efforts to create a new carbon economy. The language included was […]

Board Blog: Where Innovation and Reliability Meet

When you press a light switch, you expect the lights to turn on. When you adjust the thermostat, you expect that your heating and cooling system will kick into gear. You expect that electronics plugged into outlets will stay on. Utility companies work around the clock to ensure that consumer’s energy needs are met 100% […]