Casper, WY – According to the state officials, the position is intended to keep Wyoming at the forefront of the energy frontier.
Thomson is a Wyoming native whose experience blends key aspects of the private corporate world with a fluent knowledge of federal and state regulatory processes.
Thomson’s position focuses on rejuvenating a modernized nuclear industry in Wyoming, but her responsibilities will extend to coordinating other significant energy and natural resources projects.
These may include pipelines, carbon capture, hydrogen development, critical materials and rare earth elements, and the FE Warren “Sentinel” missile initiative.
Thomson grew up in Cheyenne and earned her J.D. from the University of Wyoming.
Governor Gordon reportedly said:
“I’m delighted to bring Jenn’s extensive experience and breadth of knowledge on natural resource issues, as well as her deep ties to Wyoming’s communities to our office.
Her familiarity coordinating with federal, state and Canadian agencies, as well as representatives from the private sector, make her ideally suited to serve as the Major Project Development Manager.”