Camille Erickson, Casper Star-Tribune

Camille Erickson

Casper Star-Tribune

Casper, WY, United States

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Recent:
  • Casper Star-Tribune
Past:
  • Truthout
  • The Chicago Reporter

Recent articles by Camille:

Wind energy flourished in Wyoming this year. But the renewable's future here is unclear.

Without federal incentives or the state's blessing in the form of a stable tax environment, some energy developers say making a wind project happen in Wyoming over the next decade → Read More

Black Hills Energy announces plans to curb greenhouse gas emissions

The utility plans to cut emissions from its natural gas systems in half by 2040. → Read More

Firefighters 'dramatically' increase containment of Mullen Fire

Crews have contained 69% of the wildfire, which has burned 176,854 acres in southeastern Wyoming. → Read More

Last federal oil and gas lease sale of the year in Wyoming set

The Bureau of Land Management will open up about 280,162 acres of public land for energy development. → Read More

Winds whip across Mullen Fire, but authorities see fire slowing

The wildfire in southeastern Wyoming has burned 176,047 acres and is 34% contained. → Read More

Crews contain 30% of Mullen Fire

Crews have contained one-third of the wildfire, which has burned 176,213 acres in southeastern Wyoming. → Read More

Crews leverage wet and cold conditions to fight the Mullen Fire

Crews have contained 27% of the wildfire, which has burned 175,564 acres in southeastern Wyoming. → Read More

Crews increase containment of Mullen Fire, forge ahead in protecting Centennial

The blaze has burned 171,031 acres and crews have contained 18% of the wildfire, as of Thursday evening. → Read More

Injured firefighter in stable condition and recovering as Mullen Fire continues to grow

The blaze, which began nearly three weeks ago, has burned 170,996 acres and remains just 14% contained. → Read More

Heavy airtankers used to quell the Mullen Fire as it grows and stays "very active"

The blaze has ripped through 166,588 acres in southeastern Wyoming and remains just 14% contained. → Read More

Crews change over to sustain battle against "aggressive" Mullen fire, authorities say

The blaze, which began nearly three weeks ago, has burned 161,964 acres and remains just 14% contained. → Read More

Mullen Fire crews prepare for active day as winds increase, humidity falls

As of Monday, the Mullen Fire was 14% contained. It has burned over 151,000 acres. → Read More

Utility backs push to recycle wind turbine blades in Wyoming

Researchers are testing out ways to repurpose old blade to keep them out of landfills and make useful materials. → Read More

Wyoming's rig count falls to zero for only second time in 136 years

Before this summer, the last time Wyoming's rig count hit zero was 1884 -- six years before statehood. → Read More

Energy Journal: Casper-based Sinclair oil refinery hits new production record

Welcome to the Star-Tribune’s Energy Journal, a play-by-play of the past week in Wyoming’s wild world of energy. → Read More

Energy Journal: Wyoming geologists publish findings after reanalyzing half-century-old mineral samples

Welcome to the Star-Tribune’s Energy Journal, a play-by-play of the past week in Wyoming’s wild world of energy. → Read More

Energy Journal: Sage grouse mitigation credit rules open for public comment

Welcome to the Star-Tribune’s Energy Journal, a play-by-play of the past week in Wyoming’s wild world of energy. → Read More

Authorities investigate train derailment and explosion outside Rock Springs

A fire official suspects ethanol being carried by the train catalyzed the explosion. → Read More

Oil refinery HollyFrontier announces transition to renewable diesel, workforce reductions

The conversion will result in a reduction of 200 employees over several months. → Read More

Decker coal mine brings back nearly 100 workers

Nearly 100 coal miners -- many from Wyoming -- have returned to work after being furloughed. → Read More