Growing Body of Research Suggests Offshore Oil’s Methane Pollution Is Underestimated – DeSmog

Previous efforts to regulate offshore methane emissions stalled, despite role in helicopter crashes.
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“…vented methane gas had been sucked into the engines of helicopters landing on and departing from offshore platforms, causing the engines to fail and the helicopters to fall out of the sky”

Of course, extractors insist gas wells in Gulf if Mexico leak less than onshore and not their responsibility to report deaths in transit! , or even confess outright lies.

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