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Proposed Update to U.S. GHG Inventory Methodology for Hydraulically Fractured Gas Well Completions and Workovers

EPA is proposing an update to its methodology in the Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks for hydraulically fractured gas well completions and workovers, and is requesting stakeholder feedback on this update. Information on the update and specific questions for stakeholder feedback are below.

To allow incorporation of feedback into the expert review draft of the 2014 Inventory, EPA is requesting comments by November 22, 2013. Please send comments to ghginventory@epa.gov. EPA will also review comments received after the deadline and consider them for the public review draft of the Inventory.

Webinar

EPA is holding a webinar on this proposed update on November 13 at 1pm Eastern. Register Exit EPA Disclaimer

Document for Review

Memo: Updating Emissions Estimate for Hydraulically Fractured Gas Well Completions and Workovers (PDF, 5 pp, 348 KB)

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