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Mon December 5, 2011
Sen. Rothfuss says Wyoming must push forward with carbon sequestration
Wyoming has spent a lot of time and money doing research on carbon sequestration and clean coal technology. But there’s not much incentive for industry to actually implement those technologies. Co-host Willow Belden spoke with Sen. Chris Rothfuss of Laramie about what that means for Wyoming moving forward. Rothfuss is on the Energy Council and the Senate Minerals, Business and Economic Development Committee, and he says the state can’t afford to let its research efforts go to waste.