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We operate our Wind River assets from our office in Riverton, Wyoming. The Wind River Basin is located in central Wyoming in Fremont and Natrona counties, and has been producing oil and natural gas since the late 1800’s. The first commercial production of oil in Wyoming came from this basin.
We employ approximately 90 staff and contractors in the Riverton office.
In 2010, we generated $28.5 million total Wyoming Tax Revenue in Fremont and Natrona counties:
Through our community investment program we donated over $1.19 million in 2011 to non-profit groups throughout Wyoming - including more than $198,900 to Fremont County organizations. Our company remains focused on its commitment to build invaluable relationships, help strengthen communities, and support local businesses in the areas in which we live and operate.
Giving back to the people and towns we are a part of enables us to work more closely with area organizations to solve local issues and achieve goals with maximum impact. In 2011, we supported 44 requests to establish proactive partnerships in Fremont County that championed a variety of community initiatives, such as:
Learn more about Encana's community investment program.
We operate on the basis of trust, integrity and respect, principles that are the foundation of our Courtesy Matters program. The program creates proactive partnerships between Encana, our contractors and the community, and emphasizes the shared responsibility in creating positive business practices, courteous behavior and community responsibility. Courtesy Matters focuses on responsible and courteous behavior related to traffic, gates, dust, noise and garbage.
Courtesy Matters is a registered trademark of Encana Corporation.
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