US natural gas utilities look to turn climate challenges into opportunities
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The American Gas Association has committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and believes that natural gas utilities are well-positioned to help the Biden administration achieve the ambitious climate goals laid out by the president, though they’re not on board with some proposals floated on Capitol Hill, including the methane fee. Jasmin Melvin spoke with Richard Meyer, AGA’s vice president of energy markets, analysis and standards, about the administration’s climate agenda and what natural gas utilities are doing about their carbon and methane footprints. Stick around after the interview for Chris Van Moessner with the Market Minute, a look at near-term oil market drivers.
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