Methane Emissions From Oil And Gas Could Be Higher Than EPA Says

A series of new studies find that methane emissions from oil and gas operations in the Barnett Shale are actually 50 percent higher than what the EPA has estimated. The studies, published in Environmental Science & Technology, paint a varied picture, however. The source of methane emissions come from an array of sites, and could be a larger problem than many thought. However, plugging the leaks is largely possible with available technology and monitoring. Related: Chris Faulkner: A Real Look At The Oil Industry’s Self-Proclaimed…

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