All Articles on Methane

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At Oil-Friendly States' Behest, Pruitt Cancels EPA Methane Emissions Inquiry
'This appalling decision shows how quickly Pruitt is turning the EPA into an oil industry vending machine'
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Trump Cronies Rewarded as House GOP 'Dirty Trick' Bolsters Big Oil
Fossil fuel industry hits paydirt as Congress approves measure that gives "away a taxpayer-owned resource for free"
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Methane Emissions Are Soaring, Report Finds, and Agriculture Is to Blame
Research suggests agriculture is the main culprit for recent rapid increase in atmospheric methane—a greenhouse gas 28 times more powerful than carbon dioxide
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Whistleblower: EPA Officials Covered Up Toxic Fracking Emissions for Years
'The cover-up has allowed the industry to dig in for years of delay in cutting emissions—at the worst possible time'
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'Everyday There's Resistance': Peaceful Pipeline Protesters Arrested in NY
Hundreds of peaceful demonstrators in upstate New York blocked construction of a methane gas pipeline
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'Wholly Inadequate': Environmentalists Decry EPA's New Methane Rules
EPA released first rules to reduce methane leaks from oil and gas wells, but regs don't apply to old facilities responsible for majority of toxic emissions
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Australian Politician Sets Methane-Laden River on Fire to Protest Fracking
'This is the future of Australia if we do not stop the frackers.'
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'Benign' Fossil Fuels? McKibben Says There's No Such Thing.
'Far from being a bridge to the future,' McKibben tells Common Dreams , 'natural gas turns out to have been a costly detour.'
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Canada, US Unveil Plan to Slash Methane, But Where's the Fracking Ban?
Joint plan announced by Trudeau and Obama to achieve Paris climate agreement goals gets praise from environmental groups, but Arctic drilling still a concern
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'Volcanic' Porter Ranch Gas Leak May Take Months to Close
According to state officials, safety concerns have slowed down efforts to close gas leak pumping thousands of tons of methane
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