The EU’s dash for non-Russian gas could boost methane controls elsewhere

Published 18:39 on April 13, 2022  /  Last updated at 09:09 on April 14, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

The EU's rush to diversify its gas supply beyond Russia is giving fresh impetus to efforts to tackle methane emissions abroad, though some experts fear the bloc's hastily-agreed supply deals lack the means to ensure leaks of the potent warming gas are plugged.

The EU’s rush to diversify its gas supply beyond Russia is giving fresh impetus to efforts to tackle methane emissions abroad, though some experts fear the bloc’s hastily-agreed supply deals lack the means to ensure leaks of the potent warming gas are plugged.

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