Rethinking methane

Renewable natural gas: the near-zero emissions fueling solution

For many years, environmental activists and air quality regulators advocated for the increased use of natural gas as an alternative to coal and nuclear in power generation and to petroleum-derived fuels in transportation. In fact, most of the recent reductions in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions are attributable to switching from coal to natural gas in power production. However, attitudes towards natural gas began to change about 10 years ago when technologies to effectively extract natural gas

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