The EPA will no longer require oil and gas companies to report their methane emissions

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BUSINESS INSIDER REPORTED that the Environmental Protection Agency will no longer require oil and gas companies to report information related to their methane emissions, according to a new directive issued March 2.

In a press release, the agency announced that effective immediately, an Obama-era information collection request has been cancelled.

The original request, sent to companies in November 2016, required oil and gas producers to provide a broad range of information about their methane emissions and equipment, as well as the feasibility of controls designed to limit methane release.

Read more at http://www.businessinsider.my/epa-requirement-methane-emissions-2017-3/#KFO9TQZHB0xx8Udx.99

The EPA will no longer require oil and gas companies to report their methane emissions – Read at Business Insider: http://www.businessinsider.com/epa-requirement-methane-emissions-2017-3?&platform=bi-androidapp 

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