CEA’s Kaitlin Hammons discussed the consequences of a new Environmental Protection Agency rule regarding methane regulations, and how that would negatively impact families.
Proposed rules to cut methane emissions from natural gas and oil production are well-intentioned. We all agree on the need for a better environment and to lower methane intensity. But how we get there is important.
If unchanged, the rules would eliminate effective technological solutions, create unrealistic and expensive timelines, and improperly delegate the EPA’s enforcement power to private third parties. Those would include many activists and organizations. Such a move is well beyond the scope of regulation and enforcement that the United States has countenanced before.
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