If oil prices remain at $40 a barrel through 2021 – as experts predict – existing wells will likely remain open, but new development in Wyoming will be sparse.

In late April, oil prices collapsed below $0 per barrel, in part because of the coronavirus pandemic, but also because of a price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia. And then, for a day or so in July, there were zero operational rigs in Wyoming.

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