Toledo Blade: Plug the gas leaks

In our state alone, oil and gas producers emitted almost 13,000 metric tons of methane in 2014. As drillers in Ohio increasingly rely on hydraulic fracturing to extract natural gas from shale deposits, such leaks threaten to increase. The EPA rules — the first to address methane emissions — affect only new or upgraded wells and infrastructure. They would not cover the current operations of oil and gas wells, which represent more than two-thirds of the sources of methane pollution.

Times Tribune: Get to work on Clean Power Plan Pennsylvania in solid position to comply with regulations

Times Tribune:Sound action on methane

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Sense on methane: the gas industry has a stake in the new Pa. rules

PennLive- Gas industry guidelines breath of fresh-air

Associated Press: Southern California air regulators are poised to order a utility-

Sacramento Bee: L.A. leak is the tip of the melting iceberg

Los Angeles Times: The Real Emergency at Porter Ranch? California’s dangerous dependence on fossil fuels

The Daily Sentinel: Methane capture rules are good for business

Toledo Blade: Rein in methane

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