EPA methane report further divides fracking camps
The Environmental Protection Agency has dramatically lowered its estimate of how much of a potent heat-trapping gas leaks during natural gas production, in a shift with major implications for a debate that has divided environmentalists: Does the recent boom in fracking help or hurt the fight against climate change? Oil and gas drilling companies ... (more)
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#1 Apr 29, 2013
The natural gas industry s to be congratulated on cleaning up leaks and emissions.
If they can now find a way to use non-poisonous compounds in their fracking in critical water table area, I will be happy with fracking...
I'm thinking liquified gasses.
#2 Apr 29, 2013
Stay tuned. There were no scientific/field studies behind the industry's assertions which were adopted in the EPA report.
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