Reducing the methane emissions from Europe’s natural gas supply

It is possible that the European desire to import fuels with reduced greenhouse gas footprints will be met not by Russian opacity but by American readiness to supply those fuels. However, the verdict is out whether policy makers will in fact move in synchrony to draft ambitious rules to curtail fugitive methane throughout oil and gas supply chains. New trade patterns bring with them a new set of concerns when designing regulations with extraterritorial effect. This is particularly true when pipeline natural gas imports from the Russian Federation are replaced by liquefied natural gas imports from the United States.

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