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Eagerly awaited methane study offers answers in wider debate

Scientists and policymakers have worried that shale gas sites in the United States are leaking record amounts of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, from wellheads, pipelines, valves and other paraphernalia. A new study suggests some of the major leaks have been plugged, while other leaks remain a problem for policymakers to tackle.

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