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Free Range Library indexes last updated 04:17, 22/12/2016

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Extreme Energy: 'Climate Change'

The 'climate change' section of the "Extreme Energy Sources" library lists papers relating to fugitive emissions, climate change impacts, and the ongoing debate regarding inventory versus empirical measurements of methane leakage.

This is the 'date-ordered' files listing for this category. To view the index ordered by he file ID name, click here. For a list of the most recent 30 files added to this category, click here.

Free Range Library indexes last updated 04:17, 22/12/2016

Files list ordered by publication date (125 files):

'saunois2016'
1/125
The growing role of methane in anthropogenic climate change (Editorial), Environmental Research Letters, vol.11 no.120207, 12/12/2016

'kang2016'
2/125
Identification and characterization of high methane-emitting abandoned oil and gas wells, PNAS (pre-publication edition), November 2016

'frankenberg2016'
3/125
Airborne methane remote measurements reveal heavy-tail flux distribution in Four Corners region, PNAS, vol.113 no.35 pp.9734-9739, 30/08/2016

'cccscot2016'
4/125
Unconventional Oil and Gas: Compatibility with Scottish Greenhouse Gas Emissions Targets, Committee on Climate Change, August 2016

'deccccc2016'
5/125
Government Response to the Committee on Climate Change Report, Department of Energy & Climate Change, 07/07/2016

'oilchange2016'
6/125
A Bridge Too Far: How Appalachian Basin Gas Pipeline Expansion Will Undermine U.S. Climate Goals, Oil Change International, July 2016

'ncwarn2016'
7/125
COMPLAINT and request for investigation of fraud, waste and abuse by a high-ranking EPA official leading to severe underreporting and lack of correction of methane venting and leakage throughout the US natural gas industry, NC WARN, 08/06/2016

'kort2016'
8/125
Fugitive emissions from the Bakken shale illustrate role of shale production in global ethane shift, Geophysical Research Letters, vol.43 no.9 pp.4617-4623, 16/05/2016

'zhang2015'
9/125
Climate benefits of natural gas as a bridge fuel and potential delay of near-zero energy systems, Applied Energy, vol.167 pp.317-322, April 2016

'conley2016'
10/125
Methane emissions from the 2015 Aliso Canyon blowout in Los Angeles, CA, Science, vol.351 no.6279 pp.1317-1320, 18/03/2016

'boothroyd2016'
11/125
Fugitive emissions of methane from abandoned, decommissioned oil and gas wells, Science of The Total Environment, vol.547 pp.461-469, 15/03/2016

'turner2016'
12/125
A large increase in U.S. methane emissions over the past decade inferred from satellite data and surface observations, Geophysical Research Letters, vol.43, 02/03/2016

'ccc2016'
13/125
The compatibility of UK onshore petroleum with meeting the UK's carbon budgets, Committee on Climate Change, March 2016

'eip2016'
14/125
Greenhouse Gases from a Growing Petrochemical Industry: Fracking and Low Gas Prices Spark Projects in 2015 With Emissions Equivalent to 19 Coal Power Plants, Environmental Integrity Project, 29/02/2016

'edf2016'
15/125
Methane Research: The 16 Study Series, Environmental Defense Fund, January 2016

'zavalaaraiza2015c'
16/125
Reconciling divergent estimates of oil and gas methane emissions, PNAS, vol.112 no.51 pp.15597-15602, 22/12/2015

'sanchez2015'
17/125
Effect of methane leakage on the greenhouse gas footprint of electricity generation, Climatic Change, vol.133 no.2, pp 169-17, November 2015

'howarth2015'
18/125
Methane emissions and climatic warming risk from hydraulic fracturing and shale gas development: implications for policy, Energy and Emission Control Technologies, vol.3 pp.45-54, 08/10/2015

'burnham2015'
19/125
Updated Fugitive Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Natural Gas Pathways in the GREET1_2015 Model, Energy Systems Division, Argonne National Laboratory, October 2015

'tfsg3rd2015'
20/125
Assessing the Impact of Shale Gas on Climate Change, Task Force on Shale Gas, 16/09/2015

'howard2015b'
21/125
University of Texas study underestimates national methane emissions at natural gas production sites due to instrument sensor failure, Energy Science and Engineering, vol.3 no.5 p.443-455, 04/08/2015

'zavalaaraiza2015b'
22/125
Toward a Functional Definition of Methane Super-Emitters: Application to Natural Gas Production Sites, Environmental Science Technology, vol.49 no.13 pp.8167-8174, 07/07/2015

'townsendsmall2015'
23/125
Integrating Source Apportionment Tracers into a Bottom-up Inventory of Methane Emissions in the Barnett Shale Hydraulic Fracturing Region, Environmental Science Technology, vol.49 no.13 pp.8175-8182, 07/07/2015

'smith2015'
24/125
Airborne Ethane Observations in the Barnett Shale: Quantification of Ethane Flux and Attribution of Methane Emissions, Environmental Science Technology, vol.49 no.13 pp.8158-8166, 07/07/2015

'lyon2015'
25/125
Constructing a Spatially Resolved Methane Emission Inventory for the Barnett Shale Region, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.49 no.13 pp.8147-8157, 07/07/2015

'lavoie2015'
26/125
Aircraft-Based Measurements of Point Source Methane Emissions in the Barnett Shale Basin, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.49 no.13 pp.7904-7913, 07/07/2015

'lan2015'
27/125
Characterizing Fugitive Methane Emissions in the Barnett Shale Area Using a Mobile Laboratory, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.49 no.13 pp.8139-8146, 07/07/2015

'karion2015'
28/125
Aircraft-Based Estimate of Total Methane Emissions from the Barnett Shale Region, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.49 no.13 pp.8124-8131, 07/07/2015

'johnson2015'
29/125
Methane Emissions from Leak and Loss Audits of Natural Gas Compressor Stations and Storage Facilities, Environmental Science Technology, vol.49 no.13 pp/8132-8138, 07/07/2015

'harriss2015'
30/125
Using Multi-Scale Measurements to Improve Methane Emission Estimates from Oil and Gas Operations in the Barnett Shale Region, Texas, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.49 no.13 pp.7524-7526, 07/07/2015

'staddon2015'
31/125
Fracking Cannot Be Reconciled with Climate Change Mitigation Policies, Environmental Science Technology, vol.49 no.14 pp.8269-8270, 02/07/2015

'bacharach2015'
32/125
HI FLOW Sampler® For Natural Gas Leak Rate Measurement, Bacharach Inc., July 2015

'yuan2015'
33/125
Airborne flux measurements of methane and volatile organic compounds over the Haynesville and Marcellus shale gas production regions, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, vol.120 no.12 pp.6271-6289, 27/06/2015

'nduagu2015'
34/125
Unconventional Heavy Oil Growth and Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Environmental Science Technology, vol.49 no.14 pp.8824-8832, 25/06/2015

'roscioli2015'
35/125
Measurements of methane emissions from natural gas gathering facilities and processing plants: measurement methods, Atmospheric Measurement Technology, vol.8 pp.2017-2035, 07/05/2015

'lazarus2015'
36/125
Natural Gas: Guardrails For A Potential Climate Bridge, Stockholm Environment Institute, May 2015

'heilweil2015'
37/125
Stream Measurements Locate Thermogenic Methane Fluxes in Groundwater Discharge in an Area of Shale-Gas Development, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.49 no.7 pp.4057-4065, 18/03/2015

'lamb2015'
38/125
Direct Measurements Show Decreasing Methane Emissions from Natural Gas Local Distribution Systems in the United States, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.49 no.8 pp.5161-5169, 15/03/2015

'peischl2015'
39/125
Quantifying atmospheric methane emissions from the Haynesville, Fayetteville, and northeastern Marcellus shale gas production regions, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, vol.120 pp.2119-2139, 13/03/2015

'yacocitch2015'
40/125
Mobile Laboratory Observations of Methane Emissions in the Barnett Shale Region, Environmental Science Technology, vol.49 no.13 pp.7889-7895, 09/03/2015

'howard2015a'
41/125
Sensor transition failure in the high flow sampler: Implications for methane emission inventories of natural gas infrastructure, Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, vol.65 no.7 id.150324005609009, March 2015

'mitchell2015'
42/125
Measurements of Methane Emissions from Natural Gas Gathering Facilities and Processing Plants: Measurement Results, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.49 no.5 pp.3219-3227, 10/02/2015

'zavalaaraiza2015a'
43/125
Allocating Methane Emissions to Natural Gas and Oil Production from Shale Formations, Sustainable Chemical Engineering, vol.3 no.3 pp.492-498, 28/01/2015

'kang20142'
44/125
Direct measurements of methane emissions from abandoned oil and gas wells in Pennsylvania, PNAS, vol.111 no.51 pp.18173-18177, 23/12/2014

'allen2014a'
45/125
Methane Emissions from Process Equipment at Natural Gas Production Sites in the United States: Pneumatic Controllers, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.49 no.1 pp.633-640, 09/12/2014

'maher2014'
46/125
Mapping Methane and Carbon Dioxide Concentrations and δ13C Values in the Atmosphere of Two Australian Coal Seam Gas Fields, Journal of Water, Air and Soil Pollution, vol.225, 18/11/2014

'teasdale2014'
47/125
Ground Gas Monitoring: Implications for Hydraulic Fracturing and CO2 Storage, Environmental Science Technology, vol.48 no.23 pp.13610-13616, 03/11/2014

'mcjeon2014'
48/125
Limited impact on decadal-scale climate change from increased use of natural gas, Nature, vol.514 pp.482-485, 15/10/2014

'schneising2014'
49/125
Remote sensing of fugitive methane emissions from oil and gas production in North American tight geologic formations, Earth's Future, vol.2 no.10 pp.548-558 , October 2014

'burnham2014'
50/125
Updated Fugitive Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Natural Gas Pathways in the GREET1_2014 Model, Energy Systems Division, Argonne National Laboratory, October 2014

'stamfordazapagic2014'
51/125
Life cycle environmental impacts of UK shale gas, Journal of Applied Energy, vol.134 pp.506-518, 06/09/2014

'nswcse2014'
52/125
Final Report of the Independent Review of Coal Seam Gas Activities in NSW, New South Wales Government, September 2014

'heath2014'
53/125
Harmonization of initial estimates of shale gas life cycle greenhouse gas emissions for electric power generation, PNAS, vol.111 no.31 pp.E3167-E3176, 05/08/2014

'allen2014b'
54/125
Methane emissions from natural gas production and use: reconciling bottom-up and top-down measurements, Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering, vol.5 pp.78-83, August 2014

'petron2014'
55/125
A new look at methane and nonmethane hydrocarbon emissions from oil and natural gas operations in the Colorado Denver-Julesburg Basin, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, vol.119 pp.6836-6852, 03/06/2014

'kang20141'
56/125
CO2, Methane, and Brine Leakage through Subsurface Pathways: Exploring Modeling, Measurement, and Policy Options, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University, June 2014

'howarth2014'
57/125
A bridge to nowhere: methane emissions and the greenhouse gas footprint of natural gas, Energy Science and Engineering, vol.2 no.2 pp.47-60, June 2014

'day2014'
58/125
Field Measurements of Fugitive Emissions from Equipment and Well Casings in Australian Coal Seam Gas Production Facilities, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), June 2014

'netlung2014'
59/125
Environmental Impacts of Unconventional Natural Gas Development and Production, US DoE National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), 29/05/2014

'caulton2014'
60/125
Toward a better understanding and quantification of methane emissions from shale gas development, PNAS, vol.111 no.17 pp.6237-6242, 29/04/2014

'decc2014'
61/125
The Government's response to the MacKay-Stone report: Potential greenhouse gas emissions associated with shale gas extraction and use, Department for Energy and Climate Change, 24/04/2014

'newell2014'
62/125
Implications of Shale Gas Development for Climate Change, Environmental Science and Technology (preprint), 22/04/2014

'songnex2014'
63/125
Shale Oil and Natural Gas Nexus (SONGNEX): Studying the Atmospheric Effects of Changing Energy Use in the U.S. at the Nexus of Air Quality and Climate Change, U.S. Department of Commerce, April 2014

'brandt2014'
64/125
Methane Leaks from North American Natural Gas Systems, Science, vol.343 pp.733-735, 14/02/2014

'broderick2014'
65/125
The Greenhouse Gas Emissions Profile of Coal Bed Methane (CBM) Production: A Review of Existing Research, Tyndall Manchester, January 2014

'glancy2013'
66/125
Quantifying Fugitive Emission Factors from Unconventional Natural Gas Production Using IPCC Methodologies, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, December 2013

'miller2013'
67/125
Anthropogenic emissions of methane in the United States, PNAS, 18/10/2013

'burnham2013'
68/125
Updated Fugitive Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Natural Gas Pathways in the GREET Model, Energy Systems Division, Argonne National Laboratory, October 2013

'pseallen2013'
69/125
Gas Industry Study: New Edf And Gas Industry Methane Emission Study Is Not Representative Of Us Natural Gas Development, Not The Promised Definitive Study, Physicians, Scientists, and Engineers for Healthy Energy, 16/09/2013

'allen2013'
70/125
Measurements of methane emissions at natural gas production sites in the United States, PNAS, vol.110 no.44 pp.17768-17773, 16/09/2013

'decc20132'
71/125
Potential Greenhouse Gas Emissions Associated with Shale Gas Extraction and Use, Department of Energy and Climate Change, 09/09/2013

'psemethane2013'
72/125
Methane Emissions from Modern Gas Development, Physicians, Scientists, and Engineers for Healthy Energy, September 2013

'karion2013'
73/125
Methane emissions estimate from airborne measurements over a western United States natural gas field, Geophysical Research Letters, vol.40 no.16, 27/08/2013

'ceres2013'
74/125
Flaring Up: North Dakota Natural Gas Flaring More Than Doubles in Two Years, Ceres, July 2013

'peischl2013'
75/125
Quantifying sources of methane using light alkanes in the Los Angeles basin, California, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, vol.118 no.10 pp.4974-4990, 27/05/2013

'laurenzi2013'
76/125
Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Freshwater Consumption of Marcellus Shale Gas, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.47 no.9 pp.4896-4903, 07/05/2013

'wdm2013'
77/125
Web of power: The UK government and the energy-finance complex fuelling climate change, World Development Movement, March 2013

'hansen2013'
78/125
Climate forcing growth rates: doubling down on our Faustian bargain, Environmental Research Letters, vol.8 no.1 id.011006, March 2013

'tait2013'
79/125
Enrichment of Radon and Carbon Dioxide in the Open Atmosphere of an Australian Coal Seam Gas Field, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.47 pp.3099-3104, 27/02/2013

'jennerlamadrid2013'
80/125
Shale gas vs. coal: Policy implications from environmental impact comparisons of shale gas, conventional gas, and coal on air, water, and land in the United States, Energy Policy, vol.53 pp.442-453, February 2013

'tollefson2013'
81/125
Methane leaks erode green credentials of natural gas, Nature, vol.493 p.12, 03/01/2013

'bishop2013'
82/125
Historical Analysis Of Oil And Gas Well Plugging In New York: Is The Regulatory System Working?, New Solutions, vol.23 no.1 pp.103-116, January 2013

'osullivanpaltsev2012'
83/125
Shale gas production: potential versus actual greenhouse gas emissions, Environmental Research Letters, vol.7, 26/11/2012

'osullivanpaltsevrpt2012'
84/125
Shale Gas Production: Potential versus Actual GHG Emissions, MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change, November 2012

'santosmaher2012'
85/125
Submission on National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Determination 2012 – Fugitive Emissions from Coal Seam Gas, Southern Cross University, 19/10/2012

'tyndallcoop2012'
86/125
Has US Shale Gas Reduced CO2 Emissions?: Examining recent changes in emissions from the US power sector and traded fossil fuels, Tyndall Centre Manchester, October 2012

'daycsiro2012'
87/125
Fugitive Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Coal Seam Gas Production in Australia, CSIRO Energy Technology, October 2012

'kember2012'
88/125
Coal Seam Gas Emissions: Facts, Challenges and Questions, The Climate Institute, 12/09/2012

'foee2012'
89/125
Shale gas: Unconventional and unwanted – the case against shale gas, Friends of the Earth Europe, September 2012

'ismailumukoro2012'
90/125
Global Impact of Gas Flaring, Energy and Power Engineering, vol.4 pp.290-302, July 2012

'howarth2012'
91/125
Venting and Leaking of Methane from Shale Gas Development: Response to Cathles et al., Climatic Change, vol.113 no.2 pp.537-549, July 2012

'modrak2012'
92/125
Understanding Direct Emission Measurement Approaches for Upstream Oil and Gas Production Operations, US Air and Waste Management Association 105th Annual Conference and Exhibition, 22/06/2012

'cathales2012'
93/125
Assessing the greenhouse impact of natural gas, Geochemistry-Geophysics-Geosystems (G3), vol.13 no.6, 19/06/2012

'stephenson2012'
94/125
Greenwashing gas: Might a 'transition fuel' label legitimize carbon-intensive natural gas development?, Energy Policy, vol.46 pp.452-459, June 2012

'swip2012'
95/125
Shale gas: The fugitive methane problem, Scottish Widows Investment Partnership, 23/05/2012

'weber2012'
96/125
Life Cycle Carbon Footprint of Shale Gas: Review of Evidence and Implications, Environmental Science and Technology, 30/04/2012

'alvarez2012'
97/125
Greater focus needed on methane leakage from natural gas infrastructure, PNAS, vol.109 no.17 pp.6435-6440, 24/04/2012

'petron2012'
98/125
Hydrocarbon emissions characterization in the Colorado Front Range: A pilot study, Journal Of Geophysical Research, vol.117 no.D4, 21/02/2012

'swartweaver2012'
99/125
The Alberta oil sands and climate, Nature Climate Change, vol.2, pp.134-136, 19/02/2012

'myrhvold2012'
100/125
Greenhouse gases, climate change and the transition from coal to low-carbon electricity, Environmental Research Letters, vol.7 id.014019, 16/02/2012

'tollefson2012'
101/125
Air sampling reveals high emissions from gas field, Nature, vol.482 pp.139-140, 09/02/2012

'cathales2011'
102/125
A commentary on 'The greenhouse-gas footprint of natural gas in shale formations' by R.W. Howarth, R. Santoro, and Anthony Ingraffea, Geochemistry-Geophysics-Geosystems (G3), vol.13 no.6, 03/01/2012

'howarthsupp2012'
103/125
Venting and Leaking of Methane from Shale Gas Development: Response to Cathles et al. – Electronic Supplemental Materials, Cornell University, January 2012

'sy2013'
104/125
Evaluation of the CO2 Leakage Risk Along the Abandoned Wells in the French Context, Energy Procedia, vol.23 pp.480-486, 2012

'jacoby2012'
105/125
The Influence of Shale Gas on U.S. Energy and Environmental Policy, Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy, vol.1 no.1 pp.37-51, 2012

'useparec2011'
106/125
Reduced Emissions Completions for Hydraulically Fractured Natural Gas Wells, United States Environmental Protection Agency, December 2011

'clark2011'
107/125
Life-Cycle Analysis of Shale Gas and Natural Gas, Energy Systems Division, Argonne National Laboratory, December 2011

'stephenson2011'
108/125
Modelling the Relative GHG Emissions of Conventional and Shale Gas Production, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.45 no.24 pp.10757-10764, 15/11/2011

'tyndallcoop20112'
109/125
Shale gas: An updated assessment of environmental and climate change impacts, The Co-operative, November 2011

'hultman2011'
110/125
The greenhouse impact of unconventional gas for electricity generation, Environmental Research Letters, vol.6, 25/10/2011

'wigley2011'
111/125
Coal to gas: the influence of methane leakage, Climatic Change, vol.108 pp.601-608, 26/08/2011

'worldwatch2011'
112/125
Comparing Life-Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Natural Gas and Coal, Worldwatch Institute, 25/08/2011

'venkatesh2011'
113/125
Uncertainty in Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions from United States Natural Gas End-Uses and its Effects on Policy, Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, vol.45 pp.8182-8189, 16/08/2011

'jiang2011'
114/125
Life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of Marcellus shale gas, Environmental Research Letters, vol.6 no.034014, 05/08/2011

'santoro2011'
115/125
Indirect Emissions of Carbon Dioxide from Marcellus Shale Gas Development, Agriculture, Energy & Environmental Program, Cornell University, 30/06/2011

'hughes2011'
116/125
Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Shale Gas Compared to Coal: An Analysis of Two Conflicting Studies, Post Carbon Institute, 30/06/2011

'howarth2011'
117/125
Methane and the greenhouse-gas footprint of natural gas from shale formations, Climatic Change, vol.106 no.4 pp.679-690, June 2011

'greenalliance2011'
118/125
Avoiding gas lock-in: Why a second dash for gas is not in the UK's interest, Green Alliance, June 2011

'tyndallcoop20111'
119/125
Shale gas: A provisional assessment of climate change and environmental impacts, The Co-operative, January 2011

'kemballcook2010'
120/125
Development of an Emission Inventory for Natural Gas Exploration and Production in the Haynesville Shale and Evaluation of Ozone Impacts, ENVIRON International Corporation, October 2010

'queensland2010'
121/125
Investigation report: Leakage testing of coal seam gas wells in the Tara 'rural residential estates' vicinity, State of Queensland, 01/06/2010

'useapcmm2009'
122/125
Coal Mine Methane Recovery: A Primer, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, September 2009

'armendariz2009'
123/125
Emissions from Natural Gas Production in the Barnett Shale Area and Opportunities for Cost-Effective Improvements, Department of Environmental and Civil Engineering, Southern Methodist University, 26/01/2009

'damen2006'
124/125
Health, Safety and Environmental Risks of Underground CO₂ Storage – Overview Of Mechanisms And Current Knowledge, Climatic Change, vol.74 no.1-3 pp.289-318, January 2006

'netl2005'
125/125
Life-Cycle Analysis of Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Hydrogen Fuel Production in the United States from LNG and Coal, National Energy Technology Laboratory, US. Department of Energy, November 2005