CHEYENNE — Wyoming is starting its search for a new oil and gas supervisor.
Members of the oil and gas conservation commission, which includes Gov. Matt Mead, plan to meet Tuesday to discuss how they’ll pick a replacement for Tom Doll.
Doll resigned last month after making some controversial remarks about residents near Pavillion who say that hydraulic fracturing has contaminated their groundwater. Bob King, an independent petroleum engineer, is now serving as interim supervisor.
Anyone interested in applying for the job is asked to contact King.