Bombshell Study: High Methane Emissions Measured Over Gas Field “May Offset Climate Benefits of Natural Gas”

Filed in E-Library, Studies by on February 17, 2014

A major 2011 study by Tom Wigley of the Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) concluded that unless leakage rates for new methane can be kept below 2%, substituting gas for coal is not an effective means for reducing the magnitude of future climate change.