Casper Star Tribune Op-ed: Hebberger Jr.: It's time for Wyoming to take a leadership role in methane waste

When you ignite natural gas to heat your house, cook your dinner, or power your water heater, you’re burning a chemical compound called methane. There’s some other stuff in there (in very small amounts) but it’s mostly methane. And it’s a pretty good source of energy, all things considered. It’s odorless, efficient, burns relatively clean and — when all goes as planned — pollutes a lot less than other fossil fuels do.

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