Archive

This page contains all of the past articles that have appeared on our News and Events pages - Newest articles are at the top.

 

 

  • Energy Exposition

    The 20th Anniversary Energy Exposition is set for June 26-27 at Cam-Plex in Gillette. The event educates participants on procedures, technology, safety, environmental practices and equipment used in the oil and gas industry. The conference is open to everyone interested in the oil and gas industry. Speakers include U.S. Representative Liz Cheney and Governor Mark ...

  • Volunteer Director Needed

    Energy Capital Economic Development is looking for an energetic, committed individual to serve as the volunteer Director of the FUEL Business Incubator. This is a perfect opportunity for a retired executive or other person with strong business skills to make an impact in the community. This volunteer works with the incubator Steering Committee to set policies ...

  • Healing Hearts Hosts Ribbon Cutting

    Healing Hearts Home Health will host a Ribbon Cutting June 10 at 4:30 p.m. at the Energy Capital Enterprise Center, 345 Sinclair St. Healing Hearts is a member of the FUEL Business Incubator, located in the Enterprise Center. The public is invited.

  • Alkain Studios Earns BBB Accreditation

    Alkain Studios, a FUEL Business Incubator member, was recently accredited by the Better Business Bureau. The company was initially given an A rating. When the Better Business Bureau accredits a business, it is saying the company maintains high ethical standards and its business practices will meet or exceed  expectations. Alkain Studios is owned by Zach Aars.

  • Office Manager Position Available

    Energy Capital Economic Development is looking for an enthusiastic, energetic and sociable individual to join our team as our full-time Office Manager. Partial duties include: o First point of contact with the general public, businesses and public sector. o Document creation and editing, spreadsheet tracking - considerable computer experience including Word, social media, and website management required. o Occasional ...

  • Live Local Work Local Comes to Gillette

    The University of Wyoming's Live Local Work Local program brought students and staff to Gillette April 11-13 to tour local businesses. The purpose of the program is to show students the many career opportunities available to them in Wyoming so as to encourage them to stay in the state after graduation. The 15 students broke into groups ...

  • Wyoming Energy Summit is May 8

    The Wyoming Energy Summit: Powering Future Generations is set for May 8 at Cam-Plex. The summit will be preceded by an optional tour of the Integrated Test Center or a local coal mine and optional reception and dinner on May 7. Speakers include Jonathan Weisgall, VP for Legislative and Regulatory Affairs, Berkshire Hathaway Energy; Landon Stropko, ...

  • DEQ Releases Environmental Report

    The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has released its State of the Environment report . The release and report can be found HERE. WMA Regulatory Affairs Chairman Phil Dinsmoor (Peabody) commented that "The mining industry should take pause and consider that there are few (if any) industries in Wyoming that are more heavily involved in ...

  • UW to Host Entrepreneurship Summit in April

    The University of Wyoming College of Business will host the third annual US Entrepreneurship Summit April 17-18 at the Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center in Laramie. Speakers will discuss entrepreneurial resources, highlight some of the emerging companies throughout the state and focus on building connections to strengthen Wyoming's entrepreneurial ecosystem. The annual John P. Ellbogen $50K ...

  • A Helping Hand Ribbon Cutting

    A Helping Hand, one of the FUEL Business Incubator's Outreach Members, will have a ribbon cutting at the ECED Enterprise Center April 3 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. The public is invited to come learn about this business that provides non-medical caregiving services to the elderly. Hors d'oeuvres will be served.