September 2014, Vol. 241, No. 9

Features

Best Estimates: Developing New Quantification Protocol For Methane Emissions Reduction

Aggressive efforts are underway to reduce methane emissions from the natural gas sector and the industry is working on technologies and approaches for mitigating emissions. But it also must improve the way emissions are quantified. By establishing reasonable baselines, utilities will be able to provide more accurate reports about their emissions profiles and implement mitigation and reduction programs. GTI and its industry partners are working to update those baselines now. As the role of natural gas grows in importance as a segment of the nation’s energy portfolio, the natural gas industry is stepping up its efforts to reduce methane emissions. Going forward, however, the

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