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5 Key Facts on WSJ’s Inaccurate Portrayal of U.S. Oil & Natural Gas Methane Emissions

A recent Wall Street Journal article packed with scary imagery around methane emissions from the U.S. oil and natural gas industry relied on misleading data and biased sources to highlight an issue producers have well in hand. While the piece highlights some important, voluntary industry initiatives underway to further reduce emissions the result is an incomplete portrayal of emissions that the industry has demonstrably reduced despite rising production across the country.

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