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I am professional energy journalist, writer and editor who has been chronicling the renewables and fossil fuel energy sectors since 2008.  I am passionate about the energy transition, so much so...

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This article assesses what's at stake in the EU's upcoming methane strategy: for natural gas producers, LNG suppliers and - crucially - the EU's own hydrogen strategy. 

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Matt Chester on Sep 9, 2020

Instead, the Commission will merely “propose legislation next year requiring oil and gas companies to better monitor and report methane emissions, and repair leaks”. This will apply only to operators within the EU, not those supplying gas from outside the bloc.

Don't know what's more frustrating-- the kicking of the can down the road a year, or that the can is so uninspiring to begin with. 

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