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The production of gas manufacturing is a difficult endeavor that requires careful attention to many details. It encompasses topics such as limits on the flammability of methane and air, gases used in medicine, and long-distance gas transmission.

Methane emissions from fossil fuels

In spite of the recent lull, countries all over the world are producing more methane than ever before using fossil fuels in their gas production processes. This is the result of a number of factors, one of which is human activity, and the phenomenon has become significantly more common in the most recent couple of decades. On the other hand, it is not yet entirely clear what factors exactly led to the increase.

According to the most recent research and estimations, the use of fossil fuels in gas production has resulted in an increase of between 20 and 60 percent in methane emissions since 1990. When coal and oil are extracted, significant amounts of the potent greenhouse gas methane are released into the atmosphere. The combustion of methane results in the production of Carbon Dioxide.

For a long time, the oil and carbon dioxide gas industry has pretended to be concerned about reducing methane emissions. However, results of recent studies suggest that they may be grossly underestimating the effect that their operations have on the levels of methane.

The most recent update to the Global Methane Tracker by the International Energy Agency found that methane emissions from the global gas and oil sector increased by more than four percent in 2021, and accounted for approximately one-third of global methane emissions. In addition to that, it stated that the increase was significantly higher than anticipated.

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