Wyoming oil and gas officials to track failed businesspeople


CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — People associated with multiple failed oil and gas projects or companies in Wyoming will now have to notify regulators if they try again.

The Casper Star-Tribune reported (http://bit.ly/2sKdV1g ) Friday that state Oil and Gas Conservation Commission officials say the new practice should help keep track of bad apples.

Kim Mazza, spokeswoman for the commission, says the move is meant to give the five-person commission a chance to consider whether those businesspeople should post additional financial assurances given their history. She says it is not meant to deter people...

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