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Full Title: Coal to gas: the influence of methane leakage Author(s): Tom M. L. Wigley Publisher(s): Climatic Change Publication Date: 8/2011 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from fossil fuel combustion may be reduced by using natural...
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Full Title: Examining the Impacts of Methane Leakage on Life-Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Shale and Conventional Natural Gas Author(s): Andrew Burnham and Corrie Clark Publisher(s): Air & Waste Management Association Publication Date: 8/2012 Full Text: –>DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<– Description (excerpt): The...
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Full Title: Methane Emissions from the Natural Gas Transmission and Storage System in the United States Author(s): Daniel J. Zimmerle, Laurie L. Williams, Timothy L. Vaughn, Casey Quinn, R. Subramanian, Gerald P....
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Full Title: Quantifying Cost-effectiveness of Systematic Leak Detection and Repair Programs Using Infrared Cameras Author(s): Stephanie Saunier Publisher(s): Carbon Limits AS Publication Date: 3/2014 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- About 30% of the US anthropogenic methane emissions originate from the...
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Full Title: The impact of methane leakage on achieving Clean Power Plan emission goals Author(s): Zeke Hausfather and Elena Krieger Publisher(s): PSE Health Energy Publication Date: 01/2016 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): The EPA’s Clean Power...
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Full Title: Using Multi-Scale Measurements to Improve Methane Emission Estimates from Oil and Gas Operations in the Barnett Shale Region, Texas Author(s): Robert Harriss, Ramón A. Alvarez, David Lyon, Daniel...
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