Natural gas industry groups question EPA fracking rules
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency overestimated methane emissions from hydraulic fracturing, says a new survey from the American Petroleum Institute and America’s Natural Gas Alliance.
Methane emissions from hydraulic fracturing are much lower than the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has estimated, according to a report released Monday by two oil and natural gas industry groups.
The American Petroleum Institute and America’s Natural Gas Alliance found methane emissions to be 50 percent lower than the EPA estimated when it issued the first federal clean air standards...
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