WellDog Receives Appointments to Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission Committees

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Dr. John Pope and Dr. Steve MacDonald of WellDog, Inc., an energy technology company in Laramie, have been appointed to committees under the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission.

Dr. John Pope and Dr. Steve MacDonald of WellDog, Inc., an energy technology company in Laramie, have been appointed to committees under the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission.

Their appointments include the Energy Resources, Research and Technology committee. This committee is a national forum that debates, studies and develops positions on the economic, technical research and safety issues of domestic oil and natural gas production.

"WellDog is committed to advancing the technology of energy development in an environmentally sound, safe and responsible manner," said Wayne Greenberg, CEO of WellDog. "Serving on the IOGCC committees is an honor for us and we look forward to contributing to the successful future of America's energy."

Formed in 1935, the IOGCC is a multi-state government agency working to ensure that America's oil and gas resources are conserved and maximized while protecting health, safety and the environment. The agency's membership includes Governors of oil and gas producing states and appointed representatives.

About WellDog, Inc.

Founded in 1999, WellDog, Inc. develops chemical sensing technologies for natural gas exploration and production. WellDog® services give coalbed natural gas developers the information they need to increase gas production. The coalbed natural gas industry has been identified as the fastest growing sector of natural gas production in the U.S. WellDog provides services in major coal basins in the Western United States and Canada. For more information, visit http://www.welldog.com.

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