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In April, I filled this column with a discussion of methane emissions, and the hypocrisy of politicians and the public for blaming most of those emissions on the oil and gas industry, even though evidence did not substantiate that conclusion. Subsequent analyses by respected organizations, including the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA, a U.S. federal government institution) and the GHG Management Institute, have confirmed that the primary culprit is not the oil and gas industry. These findings have fallen, mostly, on deaf ears.

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