EPA Vows To Take Advantage of New Methane Control Technologies

April 29, 2021
EPA chief Michael Regan is pledging to push ahead with strong rules to curb oil and gas sector methane emissions, embracing the Senate’s vote to reinstate Obama-era rules and citing technology for managing emissions that appears to have improved over the last several years. Regan’s assurance, during an April 29 House Energy and Commerce environment subcommittee hearing on the agency’s fiscal year 2022 budget request, comes with the agency having already pledged to put out a new proposed rule on...

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