The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission recently presented at Leadership Johnson County. This was the second year the state agency participated in the program that focuses' on local government, healthcare, business and industry within the county.  

Thirteen students attended the session at the YMCA of the Big Horns to learn about the oil and gas industry in Wyoming and in Johnson County, and the state agency that regulates it.  

"Those that participate in Leadership Johnson County have aspirations to be the leaders and decision makers for the county and our state, " noted WOGCC's Kimberly Mazza.  "We at the WOGCC value the opportunity to provide background on our role, and educate regarding the oil and gas industry in Wyoming,"   

Ashlea Bassett, Services Specialist with Sheridan College in Johnson County, organizes the program, which is in its third year.  Noting that the presentation was very helpful, she expressed her appreciation for the WOGCC making the effort to come address the group.