ByStephanie Joyce - Wyoming Public Radio•Sep 29, 2015
Oil Crash Raises New Fears About Abandoned Wells
When energy booms bust, the public is often left responsible for the cleanup. That’s because while most states and the federal government make companies put up at least some money in advance to pay for any mess they leave behind, it’s often not enough.
Making Sense Of The Decades Long Badger-Two Medicine Drilling Dispute
Wednesday brings another round in the decades-long fight over whether to allow energy development on U.S. Forest Service land in the Badger-Two Medicine area just south of the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana.
Montana's Fish Wildlife and Parks declared the fish downstream from an oil spill in the Yellowstone River last year are now safe to eat.
It's ok to eat the fish downstream of last winter's big oil spill on the Yellowstone River. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has lifted an advisory urging people to use caution when eating fish caught near the break in the Bridger Pipeline near Glendive.