GRI STUDYING ENVIRONMENTAL ROLE OF GAS

Gas Research Institute, Chicago, has started a 3 year, $4-5 million study of the role of natural gas in global warming. One study will seek to develop data on how much methane is emitted during gas production, distribution, and use in the U.S. GRI will gather emissions data, then extrapolate the data to estimate emissions for the whole industry. The institute will spend $700,000 on the project this year, supplemented with $300,000 from the Environmental Protection Agency. A second study will

Jan 29th, 1990
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