Methane Emissions Drop in Top Oil and Gas Producing Counties in Texas

Texans for Natural Gas have released a report showing how methane emissions have been declining in the top oil-producing areas in Texas. The report emphasizes how methane emissions have dropped over 211,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide in the largest natural gas producing counties, which is the equivalent of more than a 51% decline. Throughout the ten largest…

January 25, 2018 Contact: Gretchen Fox, 512-694-4326 Methane Emissions Are Declining New Analysis Shows AUSTIN – Methane emissions are declining in top oil and natural gas producing areas across the state, according to an analysis released today by Texans for Natural Gas. The analysis highlights the important fact that methane emissions in Texas have declined as oil and…

AUSTIN – For the 14th consecutive month, Texas oil and natural gas companies added upstream jobs* in November 2017, according to data from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). “In less than a year, Texas recovered nearly a third of the jobs lost from peak upstream employment in December 2014, with another 1,600 jobs added in…


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