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Methane Emissions from Modern Gas Development

Physicians, Scientists, and Engineers for Healthy Energy, September 2013


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Resource IDpsemethane2013
Resource titleMethane Emissions from Modern Gas Development
Author/sourcePhysicians, Scientists, and Engineers for Healthy Energy
Date publishedSeptember 2013
Summary text/ abstractMethane is the second largest contributor to human-caused global warming after carbon dioxide. Natural gas systems are the single largest source of anthropogenic methane emissions in the U.S., representing almost 40% of total emissions (EPA 2011 data). The past few years have seen major changes both in our understanding of the importance of methane as a driver of global climate change and in the importance of natural gas systems as a source of atmospheric methane. Here, we summarize the current state of knowledge.
Library categoriesClimate Change, Extr. Energy Climate
Added to Free Range Library16/02/2014
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