Two bills we previously reported on, Wyoming HB 57 and HB 58, have been signed into law by Gov. Freudenthal. HB 57 amends a Wyoming statute that currently states that a surface owner is presumed to own the geologic pore space below the surface, adding a provision indicating that mineral rights owners can prevent CO2 injections that would interfere with their rights. HB 58 further states that whoever injects carbon dioxide underground is legally responsible for it, which means that they owner of the pore space will not be liable unless the owner was also the CCS operator. HB 80, which would provide for the unitization of pore space, could also be signed by the Governor soon.