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INFORMATION FOR THE GENERAL PUBliC:
To Be Announced
Well Location Maps:
Check out oil well permit locations on our new MapServer. Click the Well Head layer box to view permit locations. (The data is updated on a weekly basis).
Laramie County Oil and Gas Map (Updated monthly.)
Southeast Wyoming Niobrara Oil Development Information
WYOGCC Update on Niobrara Shale Oil Activity (March, 2011)
Southeast Wyoming Oil Impact Workshop (Oct., 2010)
Landowners Guide to Split Estates
Landowner Guidelines for Negotiating a Mineral Lease or Surface Agreement
UW Hydraulic Fracturing Forum Speaker Presentations (Sept. 2011)
PERMITTING AND DEVELOPMENT:
Laramie County Development Process:
All developers, including Oil and Gas Operators, must obtain a County-assigned site address prior to the start of construction of any access onto any right-of-way or construction of any primary structure (Section 2-2-126, Laramie County Land Use Regulations).
Step 1: Â Pre-Application Meeting
Call the Laramie County Planning and Development Office, (307) 633-4303, to schedule a pre-application meeting. The County has set aside Wednesdays at 1:00 p.m. for Oil and Gas Applicants to meet with the Planning Dept., Public Works, and the Environmental Health Dept.. (Please try to schedule a pre-application meeting at least two days in advance of the Wednesday you'd like to meet so we can ensure all Departments can be present.)
Step 2: Complete the Application Package:
Whether or not the following permits are required will be determined at the pre-application meeting.
Step 3: Approvals
Laramie County has sequenced the approval process to ensure cross-department coordination.
Many companies prefer to permit multiple well locations well in advance of rig move-in dates. As a courtesy, please inform all Departments when rigs are being moved to a new well pad. If haul routes are modified, please inform the Public Works Department of any changes.
Thank you for your cooperation.