As we are heading into the last weekend in February, gas prices are looking like they're headed for an increase as issues have escalated overseas. Despite the national average for gas price being up, Wyoming's has stayed well below it for the time be
Governor Mark Gordon has recently responded to the release from the Department of the Interior on Friday in which they report on federal oil and gas leasing and permitting.
The Governor has forcefully noted that this unnecessary review was used as an excuse for the Biden Administration’s illegal moratorium on oil and gas leasing on federal lands.
Governor Mark Gordon hosted U.S. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland today, taking the opportunity to discuss a range of topics and for the Governor to advocate for Wyoming.
The Governor started the day on the Wind River Reservation to dedicate the Path of Honor – Wind River Veterans Memorial, which is a tribute to military service members and veterans who live within the boundaries of the Wind
Gas prices in Wyoming are on the rise once again. As of Friday (July 16th), the statewide average per gallon for regular is up to $3.43. This, according to AAA. At about the midpoint for summer, how much higher can gas prices go before we hit fall?
We are approaching Memorial Day Weekend, which is certainly one of the weekends of the year when you would expect a decent amount of travel from motorists. It could also be the highest we have seen gas prices for the holiday weekend since 2014.