Mills: EPA cuts estimate on leaks from gas operations

Times Record News: The Environmental Protection Agency has dramatically lowered its estimate of amount of the potential heat-trapping gas leaks come from natural gas production. It is great news for natural gas producers, consumers, and the environment. The EPA’s study on greenhouse emissions shows an average annual decrease of 41.6 million metric tons of methane emissions from 1990 through 2010, or more than 850 million metric tons overall or a 20 percent reduction from previous estimates. The agency converts the......

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