Who produces the Wyoming Energy Summit?

The Wyoming Business Report started the Wyoming Energy Summit in 2014. It is now produced by APG Signature Events, a division of Adams Publishing Group, which owns the WBR, Wyoming Tribune Eagle, Laramie Boomerang and two other Wyoming newspapers.

How do I find out about sponsoring or exhibiting?

Please contact Roger Plothow at rogerp@postregister.com or Janet Barton at jbarton@postregister.com. To find out more about sponsorship packages: WY Energy Summit Sponsorship Menu.

How is the summit's program created?

The staff at APG Signature Events works closely with sponsors and other energy stakeholders to build a diverse, forward-looking and solutions-oriented program. For more information, contact Roger Plothow, president of APG Signature Events, at rplothow@postregister.com.

Where will the conference be held?

The 2019 conference will be held at the Equality Hall at the CAM-PLEX in Gillette, Wyoming.

Is there an official hotel for the summit?

The Arbuckle Lodge in Gillette, Wyoming is offering special room rates for the event. The hotel is located conveniently across the street from the CAM-PLEX. To receive a special rate, call 307-685-6363 and mention the Wyoming Energy Summit. This deal expires Monday, April 8.


Single King (sleeps up to 2): $85, Reg. price $129
Double Queen (sleeps up to 4): $95, Reg. price $139
King Suite or Whirlpool Suites (Sleeps up to 4) $99 – $109, Reg. price $159
Family Suite 1 bedroom (Sleeps up to 6): $139, Reg. price $229
Family Suite 2 bedroom (sleeps up to 8): $169, Reg. price $249

For a list of hotel amenities: Arbuckle Lodge Welcome Letter 2019

For a list of room descriptions: Arbuckle Lodge room descriptions


Breakfast, lunch and reception hors d’oeuvres will be served at the Wyoming Energy Summit. If you have special dietary requirements or questions, please email jbarton@postregister.com.

Will there be a reception the evening before the summit?

The reception the evening before the summit will be held at The Prime Rib Restaurant and Wine Cellar.


Date: Tuesday, May 7
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: 1205 S. Douglas Hwy, Gillette, Wyo.
Cost: $40/person. Tickets can be purchased here as an add-on option to the summit.

What is the ITC?

As part of the Wyoming Energy Summit. There will be an optional tour to the ITC on May 7.
The ITC was officially dedicated in May of 2018. The ITC provides space for researchers to test Carbon Capture, Utilization and Sequestration (CCUS) technologies using 20 MW of actual coal based flue gas. Along with testing capture technologies, additional research will look at taking flue gas and turning it into a marketable commodity. The research at the ITC will lead to new opportunities in petrochemicals as well as other commercial uses of carbon dioxide. Research at the facility will help ensure the viability of the coal industry, which supports jobs, local and state economies and keeps electricity prices low for millions of people around the globe.

The ITC is one of a handful of such facilities around the world and only the second one in the United States. While many carbon capture technologies are being developed and studied in laboratory settings, the ITC is one of the few research and testing facilities at an operating coal-fired powered plant. Laboratories cannot mimic the real world conditions of a functioning coal-fired power plant. The ITC allows for real world testing at an active power plant and alleviates typical concerns over being able to transfer technology from a lab to a plant.

Tell me more about the Optional Tour

The optional tour will visit the Integrated Test Center (ITC). Everyone who purchases a ticket for the optional tour will meet at the Arbuckle Lodge at 2 p.m. We expect to return by 5 p.m.

As an added bonus, this option will include a stop at the new 10,200-foot-deep test well near the Dry Fork Station power plant being drilled as part of the Wyoming CarbonSAFE project.