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EDF's Symons says EPA likely to change methane plan before it's final

Last month, U.S. EPA released its proposed rule for the regulation of methane emissions and volatile organic compounds for new and modified oil and gas operations. The industry has taken significant steps on its own to reduce methane emissions, so why does regulation remain necessary? During today's OnPoint, Jeremy Symons, senior director of climate policy at the Environmental Defense Fund, discusses the future of the rule and the impact it could have on the strength of the natural gas industry in the U.S.