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Damn Satellite Part 3, Super-emitters and Ultra-emitters
- Apr 5, 2022 3:19 pm GMT
In the Part 2 of this series, we identified several methane super-emitters in the Permian Basin oil fields in West Texas and Eastern New Mexico. The Permian super-emitters have now been located with better precision at the completion of a multi-year aerial survey, and additional surveys have been performed via multiple satellites.
The other news is that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has started a process to define new methane emission rules for oil and gas producers.
Also, an international consortium has identified a new class of methane Ultra-emitters.
Part 3 reports on all of the above new information.
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