A study spearheaded by a Washington State University team and published this week in Environmental Science & Technology (3/31/15) concluded that greenhouse gas emissions from the U.S. natural gas local distribution system are considerably lower than the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has heretofore assumed. The comprehensive nationwide study was designed to update existing data collected […]
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