Why are EPA methane estimates so low? It's guesswork
from E&E News
Studies continue to pour in showing that EPA's decades-old method for estimating methane emissions from oil and gas facilities doesn't stand up to empirical data. Last month's report in the journal Geophysical Research Letters was the latest study to show a yawning chasm between EPA's yearly accounting of the potent greenhouse gas — which underpins its methane regulations — and estimates by independent researchers doing direct, on-site measurements.
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