Government

January 2018, Vol. 245, No. 1

EPA Examining Further Changes to Methane Leak Rule The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is taking a second look at its requirements for natural gas pipelines to repair compressor leaks as part of the methane emissions final rule the agency published in 2016. That rule – a new source performance standard (NSPS) regulating methane and volatile organic compound emissions from new and modified sources in the oil and gas industry (known as NSPS OOOOa) – affected numerous emission sites at pipelines and wells and prescribed control requirements and timelines. The agency last June had already extended…

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