Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Presents at Wyoming L.E.A.D.

Kimberly Mazza, Senior Public Relations Specialist for the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (WOGCC), recently presented to Wyoming’s 2018 L.E.A.D. class.   

Wyoming L.E.A.D. was initiated in 1984 and is an education program for those engaged in production agriculture and agribusiness.  It is the longest running statewide leadership program for adults with 15 adult-students participating this year. 

During her presentation, Mazza provided an overview of the WOGCC touching on its history, its role, and its most recent rule changes.  She also provided an update on the agency’s Orphan Well Program and an update on the oil and gas industry in the state of Wyoming.

L.E.A.D. director Cindy Garretson-Weibel and student Tucker Hamilton presented a gift to Kimberly Mazza for attending.  "It's important that future leaders and the public understand the important role of the WOGCC in Wyoming," stated Mazza.  "We appreciate Wyoming L.E.A.D. inviting us and welcomed the opportunity to present to this group of fine students."