CHEYENNE, Wyo.— Drilling for oil and gas in Wyoming has sunk to the lowest rate since 1999 amid oil prices that are too low for petroleum companies to invest in new exploration. After falling below $50 a barrel, the price has rebounded to around $58 but remains well below the more than $100 seen last summer. This week, the number of rigs drilling for oil and natural gas in...» Read More
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