DATA DUMP: Methane Madness III
Leaks and pneumatic devices and ruptures, oh my!
In part I of the Methane Madness series we established that a big share of methane emissions in the U.S. come from the oil and gas industry. In part II we jumped ahead a little and focused in on emissions from flaring methane and other associated gases at wells targeting oil—and on efforts to utilize that methane to power cryptocurrency mining machines.
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