Gov. Mark Gordon has some differing views from President Joe Biden on how the United States should handle its energy production strategy now and in the future.

While giving the keynote address to close out Wednesday's session of the Energy Exposition at Cam-plex, Gordon talked about the future of fossil fuels in the face of a federal administration focused on renewable energy.

Energy Expo - Mark Gordon

Governor Mark Gordon is framed between two large American flags as he speaks at the Energy Expo in the Wyoming Center at Cam-plex Wednesday evening.

Energy Expo - Mark Gordon

Governor Mark Gordon speaks at the Energy Expo during Wednesday evening's dinner at Cam-plex Wyoming Center.

Energy Expo - Paul Ulrich

Paul Ulrich, who serves as the Vice President, Government & Regulatory Affairs for Jonah Energy, speaks at Wednesday evening's Energy Expo at Cam-plex.

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Larry Reilly

In fact oil, gas and mineral are lightly taxed while at the same time they are heavily subsidized. The real future for Wyoming, Now, is solar and wind.

FactChecker

Well Larry, when solar and wind companies learn how to make big political contributions they will be lightly taxed and heavily subsidized too. Please stand by.

Cap'n Bumbleguts

These good ol' boys will never, ever learn. The whole state is giant wind tunnel.

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