New data from the EPA shows that methane emissions large oil and gas facilities continue to drop -- and fast.
The data, as reported by EnergyInDepth.org, shows that methane emissions from reporting facilities in the petroleum and natural gas systems sector declined 3.7 percent from 2014 levels in 2015 and are down 16 percent from 2011 levels.
Methane emissions from hydraulic fracturing specifically also continue to decline rapidly, falling 89 percent since 2011.
In the piece, EnergyInDepth outlines a number of issues regarding the EPA's position that methane levels have increased from oil and gas facilities despite its own data showing the opposite to be true.
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