May 2016, Vol. 243, No. 5

Features

Gas Utilities Launch New EPA Program to Reduce Emissions

In their latest effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, 37 AGA-member natural gas utilities launched the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Natural Gas STAR Methane Challenge Program on March 30, whereby oil and gas companies can make and track commitments to reduce emissions and showcase efforts to improve air quality and capture and monetize the energy resource. The companies, which represent 66% of the natural gas customers served in the nation, are founding partners of the program and joined EPA’s acting Assistant Administrator for the Office of Air and Radiation Janet McCabe at an event during the Global Methane Forum held in Washington, D.C. to kick off the program. AGA Chairm

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