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Wyoming Conference Addresses Coal Exports, EPA Power Regulations

The Casper Star Tribune reports that “the Wyoming Infrastructure Authority opens a two-day conference in Jackson today, when a series of speakers will address coal exports, the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed regulations on power plants and sage grouse, among other topics.”  

“The infrastructure gathering, hosted by the authority’s board of directors, generally draws a wide-range of high ranking officials from across the energy industry. The meeting comes at an important time for Wyoming’s energy industry.”

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