Study delivers good, bad news on climate-impacting methane leakage from gas wells

By Lisa Song and Jim Morris

A study released today examines greenhouse-effect-causing methane emissions from natural gas drilling sites.

Excerpts from this story referencing "consultant":

"… ty and current chair of the EPA's Science Advisory Board. He's worked as a consultant for companies including ExxonMobil, and his research has been funded by th …"

Export push reframes debate over fracking

By Alexandra Duszak

Energy indepedence for the U.S. no longer at issue — exports would help industry's bottom line.

Excerpts from this story referencing "Environment":

"… cutive director of the Pennsylvania-based Environmental advocacy group PennEnvironment. Masur estimates that approximately 6,000 wells have been drilled in Penn …"

"… Commission (FERC) to build a facility. FERC in turn works closely with the Environmental Protection Agency, the Coast Guard, the Department of Transportation and …"

'Clean' natural gas adding to climate change

By Chris Hamby and Jim Morris

As climate change gases decline, data reveals natural gas increase

Excerpts from this story referencing "Hydraulic fracturing":

"… element to a debate already raging over natural gas extraction in the U.S. Hydraulic fracturing, also known as “fracking,” involves injecting a chemical-laced fluid i …"