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Lack of good data on methane emissions from natural gas wells has prompted policy discussions about the climate implications of rising US natural gas production. Environmental stakeholders are concerned that methane leakage in the upstream and midstream could offset the greenhouse gas (GHG) benefit of using natural gas in the power sector in place of coal. To download our report on understanding greenhouse gas emissions from natural gas production, complete the form below.