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Quantifying Fugitive Emission Factors from Unconventional Natural Gas Production Using IPCC Methodologies

Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, December 2013


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Resource IDglancy2013
Resource titleQuantifying Fugitive Emission Factors from Unconventional Natural Gas Production Using IPCC Methodologies
Author(s)R.P. Glancy
Publication/ sourceInstitute for Global Environmental Strategies
Date publishedDecember 2013
Summary text/ abstractThis study reviews available literature and data sources related to the fugitive emissions from the production of unconventional gas sources; Shale gas, Tight sands gas and Coalbed methane... The results show that fugitive emissions arising from hydraulic fracturing activities are substantial when compared with typical conventional gas fugitive emissions. Mean life-cycle values for fugitive emissions from Shale gas, Tight sands gas and Coalbed methane are 133%, 100% and 36% higher respectively than those of conventional gas in the developed countries... Developing countries show a similar scale of difference.
Library categoriesClimate Change, Extr. Energy Climate
Added to Free Range Library24/05/2014
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