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Abandoned Wells Found To Leak Significant Amounts Of Methane

Abandoned Wells Found To Leak Significant Amounts Of Methane

Brett Smith for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Many abandoned wells have long been forgotten, but a new study from Princeton University has found that these wells are collectively leaking significant amounts of the greenhouse gas methane...

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