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TXsharon 3h
Natural gas is worse for that coal due to the leaks. The flares & compressors emit lots of particulates. Volatile organic compounds that emit with the methane cause health impacts.
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Maggie 2h
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TXsharon 15h
I would like to show you something. Please come with me to the end of the world in the Permian Basin where I can make the invisible emissions visible. Everyone needs to see through my camera what is happening there.
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TXsharon 15h
The public is critical to getting policy change. We need: Scientist talking in plain language -> Educates NGOs and media still using bridge fuel B.S. -> Activates & educates confused public -> Hope - stopping from slows warning -> public pushes policy.
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TXsharon 10h
No, BURNS cleaner but due to the leaks, it is WORSE for than coal. There is a slight benefit in the long-term but we don't have that long. Please help the public understand this.
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Energy - EGuru 19h
It s a gas: in sea bed cores a potential new source of energy Nutrients and energy from…
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ChanneledTree Jan 19
A leak below the living clay.
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Open Science 2h
seepage from seabed occurring for millions of years CAGE_COE
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Mike Jetten 18m
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Resources - EGuru Jan 18
Observational evidence for summer rainfall at Titan s north pole: Abstract rain on Saturn's moon Titan makes it…
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Water - EGuru Jan 17
ASAP Molecular Simulation Study on Capacity and Mechanism in Clay Minerals…
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Rob Bruce 11h
Leaking and venting of unburned gas—which is mostly methane—makes even worse for the climate than . A study last year found natural gas power plants put out between 20 and 120 times more than previously believed. 
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Nate Hurtsmet 11h
What we have discovered is that Greenland ice has layers of algae locked in it. Different times when it warmed, grew algae and then froze Those layers will produce methane, from decomposition and rot Current Research on algae growing now:
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Resources - EGuru Jan 18
Melting ice sheets release tons of into the : Read the full story in Science Daily. The Greenland Ice…
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TXsharon Jan 19
NM should start planning now for end game. Regulation sounds great but it's not enough and not really consistently possible at this point. And there's the CO2. Bring in and mfg. Retrain workers.
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TXsharon 17h
Please don't forget . Texas is a big contributor due to the from the boom and the reckless manner of operations in the Permian Basin.
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FORNOVO GAS 11h
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Juice T.N.G. Jan 17
Bossed up, I dont clocc out lil bitch OTW ⚗️
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Nate Hurtsmet 11h
All of the methane humanity has used for fuel in its lifetime fits into just 1000 square miles of the arctic The arctic ocean covers 5,427,000 square miles and could contain millions of cubic miles of methane
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k-froman Jan 18
Replying to @CLaFleurFERC @FERC
Not public convenience when FERC is approving projects that directly impact and continue to increasingly adversely impact public health over time. NGF turbines emit tons of & .
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