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Methane Replaces Carbon Dioxide as Primary Greenhouse Gas Regulatory Target

Methane Replaces Carbon Dioxide as Primary Greenhouse Gas Regulatory Target

With the dramatic increase in the drilling for and use of methane for electricity generation (an increase driven, in part, by the lower carbon dioxide emissions from the combustion of natural gas compared to other fossil fuels), methane emissions – especially from the oil and gas industry – have found themselves in the crosshairs of regulators at both the federal and state levels.

Changes Likely in Final Version of EPA’s Clean Power Plan

EPA’s rules regulating greenhouse gas emissions from power plants are expected to be finalized by the end of the summer. It has been nearly two years since the EPA unveiled its proposed greenhouse gas emissions standards under the Clean Air Act for new and modified electric power plants, and over … Read more »