Devon Energy Has Strong Words For EPA as It Abandons Emissions Program

From Fuel Fix:
Devon Energy has pulled out of a program run by the Environmental Protection Agency aimed at reducing methane emissions, accusing the federal agency of “seriously flawed misuse” of data.
The Natural Gas STAR Program encourages oil and natural gas companies to voluntarily adopt technologies and practices to reduce methane emissions in the production and processing of energy.
Methane, a potent greenhouse gas that is the dominant component of natural gas, has drawn increasing attention from environmental groups because of possible leakage at drilling and storage sites.
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