Economic Analysis of Methane Emission Reduction Potential from Natural Gas Systems

ICF for ONE Future
http://bit.ly/1UjMFv1 (paper)
http://bit.ly/24kHHE9 (press release0

[From a Greenwire article by Amanda Reilly, sub. req’d] A new study commissioned by a group of oil and gas companies found that the cost of reducing industry methane emissions is higher than previously estimated…

The study’s results equate to an average cost of $3.35 per thousand cubic feet of reduced methane. A prior study commissioned by the Environmental Defense Fund found that the cost would be 66 cents per thousand cubic feet of methane reduced, or just a penny per thousand cubic feet of natural gas sold…

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