From the mine to the power plant, there is little loss of coal to the environment. Unfortunately, that is not the case with natural gas, where there are leaks in the oil field, leaks from the pipeline distribution system and leaks from storage.
From the mine to the power plant, there is little loss of coal to the environment. Unfortunately, that is not the case with natural gas, where there are leaks in the oil field, leaks from the pipeline distribution system and leaks from storage. Keith Srakocic AP
From the mine to the power plant, there is little loss of coal to the environment. Unfortunately, that is not the case with natural gas, where there are leaks in the oil field, leaks from the pipeline distribution system and leaks from storage. Keith Srakocic AP

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August 18, 2016 2:59 PM

Natural gas vs coal: It’s all in the leak rate

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