A new study authored by researchers at the University of Michigan is making headlines this week for its claims that the U.S. oil and natural gas industry is underestimating the efficacy of flaring, which would increase the amount of emissions estimated to occur from the process. However, there are several limitations to keep in mind when examining the study, including its use of aerial sampling and FLIR imaging without ground air measurements to reach these conclusions.
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