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Hearing highlights how costly methane regulations yield little benefit

Hearing highlights how costly methane regulations yield little benefit

Natural gas reduced carbon emissions and harmful pollutants, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide and fine particulate matter By Seth Whitehead, EnergyInDepth The consensus was nearly unanimous at Thursday’s House Science Committeee Environment Subcommittee hearing – appropriately titled “A Solution in Search of a Problem” – that the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) methane regulations would place enormous costs on oil and […]

By September 16, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Everyone agrees: Ohio anti-fracking ballot measures ‘ridiculous’ and ‘irresponsible’

Everyone agrees: Ohio anti-fracking ballot measures ‘ridiculous’ and ‘irresponsible’

Youngstown unions echoed that citizens being able to sue businesses over pollution is dangerous By Jackie Stewart, EnergyInDepth The Coalition for Job Growth and Investment recently hosted a press conference announcing its plans to fight back against the sixth so-called Community Bill of Rights ballot attempt by the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF) and Frack […]

By September 15, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Irving, Texas earthquake study relies on contradictions, dubious assumptions

Irving, Texas earthquake study relies on contradictions, dubious assumptions

Many assumptions, errors in study that found injection operations may have triggered earthquakes in Irving, Texas by Steve Everley, EnergyInDepth A new study examining seismicity in North Texas relies on questionable assumptions and contradictory claims to link earthquakes to injection operations, according to a review by Energy In Depth. The study (Hornbach et al., 2016), authored […]