“States, Including Oklahoma, Urge EPA to Stay Out of Oil-Field Emission Regulation”

The oil and gas industry and the 13 attorneys general also say the EPA’s methane emission numbers are inflated, The Oklahoman reports.


The letter stated that “regulation of methane emissions from oil and gas facilities is not appropriate” and that methane emissions from oil and gas facilities are being controlled “in compliance with existing regulations implemented by producing states and as a result of voluntary industry efforts.” The attorneys general also asked that if the EPA disagreed, the federal government should at least include the producing states in the discussions.

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