EPA methane rules won’t hit gas utilities, industry predicts

Hill: Natural gas utilities aren’t expecting to be affected very much by potential methane leak regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Leaders from the American Gas Association (AGA) said that utilities, also known as the downstream part of the supply chain, account for less than a quarter of a percent of all methane leaks in the country. And the costs of reducing leaks from utilities would outweigh many of the benefits of reducing the potent greenhouse gas. “Down at our end......

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