CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) _ Wyoming's former top oil and gas industry regulator has found a new job in North Dakota.
The Casper Star-Tribune reported Monday that Tom Doll is a senior petroleum engineer at the research and develop arm of the University of North Dakota. He was hired by the Energy and Environmental Research Center in September.
Doll resigned as Wyoming's oil and gas supervisor in June after he was criticized for saying that some residents in central Wyoming with contaminated groundwater were motivated by greed.
The EPA has been investigating whether hydraulic fracturing played a role in the contamination in Pavillion.