“Wyoming is proud of its significant legacy as an energy producer for millions of Americans — and rightly so. Generations of Wyomingites have worked across the energy industry to meet the needs of fellow citizens. But as the desire to consume lower-emissions energy continues to grow, Wyoming needs to align itself with that shift if we want to remain an energy leader.
This will require us to use every tool at our disposal and is why the state is pursuing an all-of-the-above energy strategy.
One tool available to Wyoming is carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) — a technology tested and developed in our state over the last decade or so that is helping us meet increasing energy demands while simultaneously reducing our carbon footprint.”
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