EPA exaggerated GHG emissions from fracking, says new study

Estimates used by the EPA and others for greenhouse gas emissions from upstream shale gas production are likely significantly overstated, says a new report from IHS CERA. The estimates are based on assumptions that do not reflect current industry practice and should be reevaluated, the reports says. Click for “Mismeasuring Methane: Estimating Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Upstream Natural Gas Development”.

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