Energy, EU

EU methane regulation omits fossil fuel imports

Oil refinery gas flare
The EU currently imports 90 per cent of its fossil gas consumption. (Photo: Davidpradoperucha/Envato)

A new report finds that EU regulation aimed at reducing methane emissions fails to factor in those associated with fossil fuels imported into the bloc. The EU’s proposed methane regulation fails to factor in fossil fuel imports, a recent report finds, despite the fact that the bloc is one of ...

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