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Large, rare leaks are key to calculating methane emissions during fracking, scientists say

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The Environmental Protection Agency took the first steps toward better understanding what has been a relatively inexact science to this point -- calculating the amount of methane that is released into the atmosphere from hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, sites. The EPA released five technical papers on Tuesday assessing methane leaks during the fracking process, the compressors and pneumatic...

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