The Environmental Protection Agency’s 2022 Greenhouse Gas Inventory shows that U.S. methane emissions have continued to fall, even with increases in domestic energy consumption and production.
This is a testament to the efforts of the U.S. oil and natural gas industry to decrease emissions from operations and infrastructure, and the shift to natural gas for power generation which has played a major role in emissions reductions.
Total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions are down 20 percent since 2005, including continued reductions of both CO2 and methane.
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