Air pollution from fracked wells measured
Research team finds some facets of natural gas production give off less greenhouse gas emissions than previously estimated
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Anew study from University of Texas and other researchers finds that air pollution from natural gas production might be lower than previously estimated.
The research involved direct measurements of methane emissions from 190 onshore natural gas production sites in the Lower 48, including the Gulf Co....
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Comparing with EPA inventory
Flowback emissions overstated
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