January 2022, Vol. 249, No. 1


Methane Leak Detection Moving to Higher Plateaus

By Danielle Wong Moores, Energy Writer    The U.S. government under President Joe Biden continues to look at rules or fees requiring companies to track and limit volumes of methane released into the atmosphere. Meanwhile, at November’s COP26 meeting in Scotland, the U.S. announced its participation in the Global Methane Pledge to cut methane emissions 30% by 2030 from 2020 levels.    A worker uses a methane detector. Investment companies such as BlackRock are also keeping a close eye on sustainability practices such as methane reduction.    In 2020, BlackRock’s CEO Larry Fink warned in a letter to investors, “Given the groundwork we

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