The Latest On: Gas
Rebecca Curry, Colorado Policy Advocate, Rocky Mountain Office, Earthjustice: “There are currently no requirements that facilities measure toxic air emissions in real time. Critically, this means that we lack the data to understand when there are spikes in toxic pollution when it occurs.”
By Michael Freeman (Attorney, Rocky Mountain Office) and Colin O'Brien (Attorney, California Office) of Earthjustice
Bradley Marshall, Attorney, Florida Office, Earthjustice: “Considering how rushed through the original rule was and the severe lack of study that was done … I would hope that that process could be quite quick. I think we’ll know a lot more over the next few weeks about what the administration wants to do with this — whether they’re serious about repealing it, or whether we’re going to have to proceed through litigation.”
Sasan Sadaat, Research and Policy Analyst, California Office, Earthjustice: "You don't even have enough of this gas to make more than a dent in the overall gas demand."