European citizens from France, Italy, Germany, and Poland strongly support tough regulations to reduce methane emissions
Methane pollution emerged as a major issue on the EU climate agenda in 2021. From generating headlines across the continent to the joint EU-U.S. Global Methane Pledge launch at COP26, the call to tackle methane emissions is now being endorsed by hundreds of head of state and government. With the…
A guide to monitoring and quantifying methane emissions from the oil and gas sector
More than a year after 110 countries signed onto the Global Methane Pledge at COP26 in Glasgow, nations are starting to make progress in enacting regulations to reduce methane emissions.
CATF in Ecuador: Supporting efforts to address methane emissions in the oil and gas sector
After years of collaboration, CATF formalized our partnership in June of last year with the Ecuadorean Ministry of Energy and Mines.
Europe’s new gas deals should prioritize wasted methane
To wean Europe off Russian gas, leaders are scrambling to find new supplies to quench their countries’ thirst for energy.
The IEA’s Methane Tracker shows massive underestimation of methane emissions in national inventories
Earlier this year, the International Energy Agency released its updated and expanded Global Methane Tracker, an annual report on the state of methane emissions around the world.
CATF Testimony to EPA on New Source Performance Standards
Clean Air Task Force experts gave the following testimony at the November 30th EPA listening session on new performance standards to regulate methane emissions from the U.S. oil and gas sector. Darin Schroeder, Staff Attorney I am Darin Schroeder, and I’m an attorney with Clean Air Task Force. First, I…