E Point Perfect
Law \ Legal

EPA’s Methane ‘Super-Emitter’ Proposal: Getting Outside Help


Earlier this month, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published a “supplemental notice of proposed rulemaking,” calling for comments on air pollution standards for control of methane emissions from new and existing facilities in the oil and natural gas industry. See 87 Fed. Reg. 74,702 (Dec. 6, 2022). Among those standards are specific rules concerning “super-emitter” events, events with emissions of more than 100 kilograms (about 6,400 cubic feet) of methane per hour.

Continue reading the full article, published but the Legal Intelligencer Dec. 29. Reprinted with permission.


Source link

Related posts

Double Dipping By Cummings Properties Not Allowed In Commercial Lease Dispute


Oregon Bill Proposes to Replace Escrow Deposit System With “Equity Assessment” for Certain Tobacco Product Manufacturers

SEC Charges Father-Son Duo and Associate in Market Manipulation Schemes Resulting in a New Jersey Deli with a $100 Million Valuation

How to work with clients who Google everything

Project Gigabit: Summer Update 2022