WEA study cites lost benefits from delayed Utah, Wyoming projects

Twenty-two proposed Utah and Wyoming oil and gas projects where 44,289 wells would be drilled potentially could annually support 120,905 jobs paying $8 billion in wages, generate $27.5 billion of economic activity, and produce $139 million of government revenue, a study funded by the Western Energy Alliance concluded.

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